Israeli Troops Abduct Ten Palestinian Residents in the West Bank

30 Jun
3:58 PM

Israeli troops abducted early on Tuesday ten Palestinians from different parts of the West Bank and in the internationally-recognized occupied East Jerusalem.

 

The Ramallah-based Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) said in a statement that Israeli troops abducted five Palestinian residents from the Aida refugee camp and the Nahaleen village of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem.

The PPS identified those abducted as Shadi Badawna, 35, Ahmad Fannoun, Khaldoun Fannoun, and the two brothers Hassan and Abed Najjar.

In the southern West Bank city of Hebron, Israeli forces invaded the Beit Kahel neighborhood, broke into residents’ homes and abducted both Moha’th Alqisia, 32, and Oday Alkhateeb, 22.

In the meantime, local sources confirmed that Israeli soldiers stormed Arraba village, in the northern West Bank city of Jenin and abducted a former-prisoner.

The sources added that Israeli special forces invaded the village, late Monday night, and abducted former-prisoner, Hamza Fayed, from a local garden park.

In Beit Daqu neighborhood of the occupied city of East Jerusalem, Israeli police invaded the neighborhood in large numbers and abducted Mohammad Hamdan, 20, from his home.

 

 

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