Israeli soldiers abducted, Monday, many Palestinians from several parts of the occupied West Bank after the army stormed and ransacked dozens of homes and buildings.
The soldiers invaded stormed Beita village before storming and searching several civilian homes, before detaining former prisoner Omar Salama Bani Shamsa, 28, Ibrahim Ali Khabeisah, brother of the martyr Muhammad Ali Khabeisah, and Adham Ghaleb Jabr Abu Zeitoun.
Confrontations erupted between Palestinians who gathered in solidarity with the critically ill prisoner Nasser Abu Hmeid, and the occupation army.
Soldiers opened fire with tear gas and caused several young men to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.
Soldiers detained three more young men from Jerusalem, identified as; Ramadan Hajj Mahmoud, and Hamouda Hammad from Qalandia refugee camp, north of occupied Jerusalem, in addition to Uday Jamhour, from Beit Annan, northwest of Jerusalem.
The soldiers also invaded the al-Jalazoun and the al-Am’ari refugee camps, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Awab Ahmad Mubarak, in addition to Ala’ Saleh Abu Sharifa, from al-Jalazoun, and Mahmoud Abu Atiya from al-Am’ari.
A summary of today’s arrests, including those previously reported, are as follows;
1. Ibrahim Khabisa – Beita
2. Omar Salama Bani Shamsa – Beita
3. Adham Abu Zaitoun – Beita
4. Uday Jamhour – Beit Annan, northwest of Jerusalem
5. Alaa Abu Sharifa – Al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah
6. Awab Mubarak – Al-Jalazoun refugee camp
7. Ahmed Safi – Al-Jalazoun refugee camp
8. Nasser Muhammad Al-Wahsh – Bethlehem
9. Ramadan Hajj Mahmoud – Jerusalem
10. Abd al-Rahman Muhannad Sadaqah – Anza near Jenin
11. Hamouda Hammad – Qalandia refugee camp, north of Jerusalem
12. Muhammad Jaafar Taqatqa – Beit Fajjar, south of Bethlehem
13. Ibrahim Khaled Taqatqa – Beit Fajjar
14. Muhammad Mahmoud Taqatqa – Beit Fajjar
15. Mamoun Akram Taqatqa – Beit Fajjar
16. Rabie Alaa Taqatqa – Beit Fajjar
17. Noureddine Jalal Taqatqa – Beit Fajjar
~ Ma’an, WAFA