Two Palestinians Kidnapped In Jerusalem; Settlers Uproots Farmland In Bethlehem

January 15, 2015 4:19 PM IMEMC & Agencies Israeli attacks, News Report, West Bank 0
15 Jan
4:19 PM

Israeli soldiers kidnapped, late on Wednesday at night and on Thursday at dawn, two young Palestinian men in occupied Jerusalem. A group of fanatic Israeli settlers uproots nearly 30 dunams of farmlands near Bethlehem.Local sources in occupied Jerusalem said several Israeli military vehicles invaded the al-‘Ezariyya town, southeast of Jerusalem, and kidnapped one Palestinian, identified as Mohammad Ramzi Abu Roumi, after searching it.

Troops also invaded the home of Anis ad-Dweik, in the town, and violently searched it.

In addition, soldiers invaded the al-‘Eesawiyya town, in Jerusalem, and kidnapped Bilal Rabah abu al-Hummus after searching his home.

The army also invaded the home of detainees Samer al-‘Eesawy, his brother Samer and Might and their sister Shireen al-‘Eesawy, in an attempt to kidnap their brother Ra’fat.

In related news, several military jeeps invaded the village of ‘Aboud, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and imposed a strict siege on it.

Soldiers also prevented students, from nearby villages and go to schools in ‘Aboud, from entering the village.

Head of the ‘Aboud Village Council Yousef Sa’ad said nearly 40 Israeli military vehicles invaded the village, last night, after surrounding it, and imposed curfew before the soldiers broke into, and searched several homes.

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