IOF kidnapped more Palestinians Friday overnight

PNN/Hebron

At dawn this Saturday, Israeli soldiers invaded Hebron, searched dozens of homes and kidnapped fifteen Palestinians.

The IOF raided different Hebron areas such as Ras al-Jora, al-Salam Street, Hebron University and the neighborhood of al-Zaytoon.

Some of the Palestinians detained during this night raids in Hebron were identified as Ismael Taiseer Bader, 44, Luay Faisal al-Hashlamoun, 30, Adel al-Eeda al-Herbawi, 48, Othman Sharif Tamimi, 18, Nader Hamed Natsha, Mohammad Ali al-Qawasma, and Ezzat Sha’ban al-Khatib.

In Deir Samet village, the IOF searched homes and kidnapped Riyad Mahmoud al-Hroub, Adam Arafat al-Hroub and Mohammad Abdul-Qader al-Hroub.

Two Palestinian residents of the al-Arrub refugee camp were also kidnapped; they were identified as Nael Haroun Halayka, 24, and Basel Yacoub Badawi, 17. In Doura nearby town, the soldiers kidnapped Ahmad Monir Qazzaz.

Lots of israeli military vehicles invaded various neighborhoods in Sa’ir town, northeast of Hebron, before the israeli soldiers stormed and ransacked many homes, and kidnapped Baleegh Mohammad Abed Jaradat, 44, and Samaha Jamal Hussein Kawazba, 25, according to the International Middle East Media Center.

Over 1,000 Palestinians have been detained in the occupied West Bank since the start of last month.
Prisoners’ rights group Addameer said that at the end of October  the “recent wave of mass arrests has resulted in a severe overcrowding” in Israeli prisons and detention and interrogation centers. Such overcrowding has led to a significant worsening of already poor conditions, the group added, and hundreds of those detained during the time period have been children.