Two Ex-Detainees Kidnapped by Israeli Forces, Three Summoned for Interrogation

August 23, 2015 8:15 PM IMEMC & Agencies News Report, Prisoners, West Bank 0
23 Aug
8:15 PM

Israeli forces, Sunday, abducted two Palestinian ex-detainees from the Hebron area, as well as summoned three other Palestinians to appear before the Israeli intelligence, according to reports by local and security sources.Coordinator of popular committee against the wall and settlements, Mohammed Awad, told WAFA that forces stormed two areas to the northwest of the town of Beit Ummar, south of Hebron, taking with them two ex-detainees after raiding and searching their homes.

They were identified as Yousif, 21, and Mahmoud Brighith, 23. The detentiuo of the aforementioned freed youths brings the total number of Palestinians detained from the Hebron area, since the beginning of August, to 21 people.

The committee’s coordinator said that clashes erupted between forces and Palestinian locals; forces fired live ammunition in the air and tear gas canisters toward residents homes, however, no injuries or further abductions were reported.

Meanwhile, in the Bethlehem area, forces raided and searched three homes before handing three Palestinian locals notices ordering to appear for interrogation before the Israeli intelligence.

They were identified as Abd al-Kareem As-Shaikh, 23, Jamal Hmaid, and Mohammed al-Bdn.

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