Dozens of Israeli soldier surrounded, Friday, the al-Khan al-Ahmar Palestinian Bedouin community, east of occupied East Jerusalem, and abducted two Palestinians, and one French peace activist, during a nonviolent protest against the village’s pending illegal demolition and displacement.

The soldiers closed all main and minor roads leading to the community since early morning hours, and issued tickets and fines for cars parked nearby.

The army then assaulted many nonviolent protesters, and abducted three, including an international peace activist, who tried to prevent the army from closing the roads and isolating the community.

Media sources said the soldiers abducted Ibrahim Hussein Abu Dahouk and Suleiman Eid Hathalin, in addition to French peace activist, lawyer and author, Prof. Frank Romano.


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