Army Kidnaps Two Palestinians In Nablus, Two In Jenin And One In Jerusalem

01 Aug
2:33 PM

Israeli soldiers kidnapped, Monday, five Palestinians in the West Bank districts of Nablus, Jenin, and Jerusalem, and claimed to locate gas bombs, homemade guns, magazines and a workshop for manufacturing weapons. At least 29 Palestinians were kidnapped from various parts of the occupied West Bank.

The army said it found gas bombs, two magazines, and a homemade pistol during searches in Barta’a town, in the northern West Bank district of Jenin.

The soldiers also kidnapped two Palestinians identified as Kamal Abed Qabaha and Sufian Abdul-Latif Mer’ey.

Furthermore, the soldiers, and senior security officers, invaded Qalqilia city, in the northern part of the West Bank, invaded three workshops, and confiscated lathe machines reportedly used for manufacturing homemade weapons.

In addition, the soldiers invaded the northern West Bank district of Nablus and kidnapped two Palestinians, identified as Mahyoub Qanaze’, and the chief of security of the Najah National University in Nablus, Tal’at Sayel.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers searched a few homes and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Taha Abu Khdeir.

Also on Tuesday, the army Kidnapped 16 Palestinians In Doura, 3 in Sa’ir and 1 In Surif, In the Hebron District, in the southern part of the West Bank.

In related news, undercover Israeli soldiers infiltrated into the Deheishe refugee camp, south of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, shot and injured three Palestinians, kidnapped two others, and two in Teqoua’ town.

The Israeli army said 21 of the kidnapped Palestinians are involved in hurling stones, empty bottles and Molotov cocktails on military vehicles.

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