Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Monday at dawn, three young Palestinian men in the ‘Aida refugee camp, north of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, one Palestinian in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem, and one in Tulkarem.Media sources in Bethlehem have reported that the soldiers invaded the ‘Aida refugee camp, searched a number of homes and kidnapped two brothers identified as Saed and Mohammad Issa ‘Ayyad, in addition to Saddam ‘Aqel Dar al-Hajj.

In addition, soldiers stormed and searched several Palestinian homes in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem, and kidnapped a young man identified as Amir As’ad Qteina before taking him to an interrogation center in the city.

Another Palestinian, identified as Bara’ Sa’id al-Hasri, 18, was kidnapped from his home in the Southern Neighborhood of the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

His family said the soldiers violently assaulted and beat him, causing various cuts and bruises, before handcuffing and blindfolding him, and took him to an unknown destination.

In related news, soldiers installed a roadblock on the Kafrit village junction, southwest of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, before stopping and searching dozens of cars, and interrogated the passengers and inspecting their ID cards.

Soldiers also closed the Mabo Dotan military roadblock, near the main entrance of Mabo Dotan illegal colony, near Ya’bad town in the Jenin dentist, stopped and searched dozens of cars, and examined the ID cards of the passengers.

The army claims Palestinian youths hurled a Molotov cocktail on a settlement bus heading to Mabo Dotan.

Soldiers also invaded Ya’bad town, stormed and searched several homes, and interrogated a few families, in addition to conducting extensive searches in Palestinian olive orchards.

It is worth mentioning that, on Sunday at dawn, soldiers kidnapped two young men, identified as Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Mahmoud and ‘Amid ‘Obeid, in the al-‘Eesawiyya town in occupied Jerusalem.

Related:

Including A Child, Three Palestinians Kidnapped In Ramallah And Jerusalem

Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail