Soldiers Abduct Twenty Peace Activists, Two Journalists, Near Hebron

03 May
11:19 AM

Israeli soldiers abducted, on Friday morning, at least twenty peace activists, while trying to help Palestinian farmers to enter their own lands, which Israel intends to illegally confiscate.

Media sources said the soldiers attacked the nonviolent activists in Um al-‘Arayes and Bir al-‘Ad areas, and declared them closed military zones.

They added that the soldiers abducted a Palestinian photojournalist, identified as Abdul-Hafith al-Hashlamoun, in addition to twenty peace activists; most of them are Israeli.

The soldiers also abducted Nasser al-‘Adra, Tareq Hathalin and Mohammad al-Harni.

The Israeli military attack took place after dozens of locals and solidarity activists arrived in um al-‘Arayes area, to help the Palestinian enter their own lands which Israeli is planning to illegally annex for its colonialist activities.

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