Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Thursday at dawn, eleven Palestinians, including three children and an elderly legislator, after the soldiers stormed many homes and searched them, mainly in the Old City, the al-‘Eesawiyya town, Kafr Aqab and Shu’fat.
Head of the Detainees’ Parents Committee in Jerusalem, Ahmad Abu Asab, said the soldiers invaded the home of legislator Mohammad Abu Teir, 65, in Kafr Aqab town, and abducted him.
Abu Teir is a former political prisoner who was repeatedly kidnapped and imprisoned by Israel, spending around 32 years in prison.
Several years ago, Israel revoked Abu Teir’s Jerusalem ID card, and forced him out of the city.
He added that the soldiers also kidnapped Nabil Abdul-Latif, Mahmoud Nasser, Mohammad ad-Deesi, and a child identified as Shadi Ateyya.
In the al-‘Eesawiyya town, the soldiers searched homes, and kidnapped two children, identified as Tamer Beea’, 14, and Akram Mustafa, 15.
Another child, identified as Khalil Issa, 15, was abducted by Israeli soldiers in Shu’fat refugee camp, in addition to three Palestinians, identified as, Omar Za’anin, Saleh Sandouqa and Baha’ Najeeb.