The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that Israeli soldiers abducted, Tuesday, twenty-eight Palestinians, including children, siblings, and a young woman, from their homes in several parts of the occupied West Bank.

The PPS said the soldiers abducted sixteen Palestinians from their homes in Hebron governorate, in southern West Bank.

It added that the soldiers also abducted a father and his son from their home in Ramallah, in central West Bank, and a young female university student.

The abducted Palestinians have been identified as:

  1. Leen Akef Awad, 22, Hebron.
  2. Sameh Abdullah Abu Sneina, Hebron.
  3. Waseem Abdul-Hafith al-Jamal, Hebron.
  4. Wisam Abdul-Hafith al-Jamal, Hebron.
  5. Islam Kathem az-Zeer, Hebron.
  6. Wasim Kathem az-Zeer, Hebron.
  7. Nour Maher Tmeizi, 27, Hebron.
  8. Monther Nayef Tmeizi, 30, Hebron.
  9. Mo’tasem Ziyad Rajoub, Hebron.
  10. Tamer Majed Shadeed, Hebron.
  11. Mohammad Abu Dabbous, Hebron.
  12. Husam Abu Hussein, Hebron.
  13. Hussein Abu Hussein, Hebron.
  14. Wasim Ziad al-Jamal, Hebron.
  15. Hamza Khader Abdul-Wahab, Hebron.
  16. Bilal Khader Abdul-Wahab, 17, Hebron.
  17. Kamal Ayyash, Ramallah.
  18. Hakam Kamal Ayyash, 27, Ramallah.
  19. Zoheir Dweikat, Nablus.
  20. Abu Ali Shawwa, Nablus.
  21. Morad Hmeidan, Nablus.
  22. Morad Hmeidan, Nablus.
  23. Hussein Ibrahim Eshteiwi, Nablus.
  24. Mohammad Jamal Sabarini, 26, Nablus.
  25. Jibril Mohammad Zobeidi, Jenin.
  26. Odai al-Lowzi, Qalandia refugee camp, Jerusalem.
  27. Khaled Sharif, Jerusalem.
  28. Abada Najeeb, Jerusalem.

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Israeli Soldiers Abduct Twenty Palestinians In West Bank
Feb 25, 2020 at 14:49

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Tuesday at dawn, twenty-three Palestinians, including a young woman, university students, siblings, and former political prisoners, from their homes in several parts of the occupied West Bank, especially in the governorates of Hebron, Nablus, Ramallah, Jerusalem, Jenin, and Tulkarem.

The Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) said the soldiers invaded and ransacked dozens of homes across the West Bank, causing serious property damage, and interrogated scores of residents while inspecting their ID cards.

In Hebron, in southern West Bank, the soldiers abducted twelve Palestinians, including a young woman, identified as Leen Akef Awad, who is a student of the Polytechnic University, from Beit Ummar town, north of the city.

The soldiers also abducted Sameh Abu Sneina, and two siblings, identified as Wasim and Wisam Abdul-Hafith al-Jamal, in addition to Wasim Zeidan al-Jamal, Husam Abu Hussein, Islam and Wasim Kathem az-Zeer, Hussein Ali Abu Hussein, from Hebron city.

Furthermore, the soldiers abducted Tamer Majed Shadeed and Mo’tasem Ziad Rajoub, from Doura town, southwest of Hebron, and Mohammad Sa’adi Abu Dabbous, from Tarqoumia town, west of Hebron.

Besides ransacking dozens of homes while searching them in Hebron governorate, the soldiers also installed many roadblocks, before stopping and searching dozens of cars, and interrogated the residents while inspecting their ID cards.

In Tulkarem, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Mohammad Jamal Sabarini, 26, from Thannaba area, in addition to Samed Amer Omar, 18, from Far’un town, south of the city.

In Nablus, also in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Zoheir Dweikat, Abu Ali Shawwa, and Morad Hmeidan, from Balata refugee camp, in addition to Hussein Ibrahim Eshteiwi, from Askar refugee camp.

In Jenin, in northern West Bank, the soldiers stormed the home of a former political prisoner, identified as Jibril Mohammad Zobeidi, in Jenin refugee camp, and abducted him.

The soldiers also abducted Mustafa Rashed Abu Ar-Rob and Mohammad As’ad Abu Ar-Rob, from Qabatia town, south of Jenin, in addition to Mohammad Fakhri al-Atrash, from Kafr Ra’ey town.

The soldiers fired many gas bombs and concussion grenades at Palestinians protesting the invasions into the two towns.

In Ramallah, the soldiers abducted a student at Birzeit University, identified as Odai al-Lowzi, from his home in Qalandia refugee camp.