Israeli Troops Abduct 6 Palestinians, Assault Family Members in West Bank

22 Apr
7:26 PM

Israeli troops reportedly abducted, on Wednesday, a number of Palestinians from several occupied West Bank towns and cities.

In Ramallah city, local sources reported that an Israeli army force broke into several Palestinian-owned homes, before they abducted Abdelrahman Elwi and Mohammad Hassan, who are both students at Birzeit University.

The troops also abducted Diya Alshany, after they broke into and vandalized his father’s home in the Al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah city. Local witnesses said that Israeli soldiers physically assaulted two other family members during the abduction operation.

In another incident, Israeli soldiers invaded the Betunia town, west of Ramallah city and broke into and vandalized the home currently imprisoned, Ibrahim Abu Radaha, witnesses told media outlets.

Meanwhile, local media reports in the West Bank city of Hebron said that Israeli troops abducted two Palestinian youth, Rafat Masalama and Annas Alnajjar, after the army invaded the Beit Ewa and Wadi Abuktaila neighborhoods, where the two youths live.

Witnesses said that the troops broke into the family homes of the two youth, before they abducted them and took them to unknown destinations.

In the meantime, Israeli forces abducted one youth, Marzouq Hishmiya, while he was walking down the street in the old city of the internationally-recognized occupied East Jerusalem.

In other news, according to Wadi Hilweh Information Center (Silwanic) reported that the jury at the Israeli military court postponed the trial of local resident Murad Miskto, until next Sunday.

Earlier, Israeli police in East Jerusalem, imposed fines on a group of Palestinian youth, who were performing some music and singing for other residents who were released from Coronavirus quarantine at the Saint John hotel.

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