At least 21 Palestinian, including minors, were taken by Israeli military and police on Tuesday, most of them during predawn raids on Palestinian towns across the occupied West Bank districts of Hebron, Ramallah and Bethlehem, according to reports by local and security sources.The army forces broke into al-Arroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, during the late night hours before abductig Abed Suleiman Titi, 4, Musa Titi, 19, Abdel-Rahman Swelem, Nadim Badawi, 18, and Hazem Ra’i, 15.
Israeli soldiers also stormed the city of Hebron, according to WAFA, where they kidnapped 13-year-old Aladdine Saharawneh, and the nearby town of Dura, where they also took Yousef Masalmeh. The two were led to an unknown destination.
The army further broke into other towns in the district of Hebron and set a number of checkpoints at main streets, but there were no reports of arrests.
Meanwhile, army forces broke into multiple locations in Ramallah district at predawn, before abducting at least eight Palestinians. They were identified as Taha Asmar, Jamal Yasin, Abdel-Qadir Barghouti, Majdi Harb, Hammam Harb, Mosab Qasem, Hussein Aqel and Mohammad Aqel.
Israeli forces also stormed the village of Rashaydeh, east of Bethlehem, where they kidnapped Majed Rashaydeh, 26, after raiding and searching his home.
In the meantime, Israeli police in Jerusalem kidnapped two Palestinians in the neighborhood of Silwan. The two, identified as Foad Kak and Ali Da’na, where led to the Russian Compound detention center in the city.
The Israeli army arrested three released prisoners from the Qalqilia governorate. They were identified as Musa Sawi, 29, Imad Ji’idi, 27 and Saleh Daod, 30.
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