Soldiers Abduct Fourteen Palestinians In West Bank

05 Dec
12:29 PM

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Thursday at dawn, at least fourteen Palestinians from their homes in several parts of the occupied West Bank, after the soldiers invaded and violently searched homes, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has confirmed.

The PPS said the soldiers abducted Sufian an-Natsha, Islam Rajabi and Mohammad Rajabi, from their homes in Silwan town, in occupied Jerusalem.

It added that the soldiers also abducted Mahmoud al-Hadra from Jabal az-Zeitoun (Mount Of Olives), and Mohammad Mousa Mustafa, from the al-‘Isawiya town.

The soldiers also invaded Anata town, northeast of Jerusalem, especially in the Salam area, and fired many gas bombs, concussion grenades and rubber-coated steel bullets at Palestinian protesters.

It is worth mentioning that, on Wednesday at night, the soldiers abducted a teen, identified as Hamza Abu Sneina, from Silwan town, in Jerusalem.

The soldiers also invaded and ransacked homes, in Surif town, northwest of Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, and abducted Mousa Kamal Baradeyya, and Ayman Ali Baradeyya.

The soldiers abducted two siblings, identified as Bashir and Ali Suleiman at-Till, from the ath-Thaheriyya town, south of Hebron.

In Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, the soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Mohannad Zoheir al-Allami, 22, in addition to Abdul-Aziz Thiab Awad, 22, and his brother Qassem, 20.

In Tulkarem, in northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Bilal Atallah al-Ghoul, 50, from his home in Deir al-Ghosoun town, north of the city.

The soldiers also invaded Be’er al-Basha village, east of Jenin in northern West Bank, and ransacked many homes, including the home of former political prisoner, Odai Taiseer Ghawadra, 29.

The soldiers could not locate Ghawadra to abduct him, and told his family that he needed to turn himself in to the army, “because if he doesn’t, he will be assassinated.”

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