Thursday overnight: IOF kidnapped more than ten Palestinians


This Thursday overnight, the Israeli soldiers invaded several Palestinian communities, in different parts of the occupied West Bank, broke into and searched dozens of homes and later on kidnapped more than ten Palestinians.

In Bethlehem, several Israeli military vehicles invaded homes, a mosque and a charitable society, kidnapping two Palestinians.

The IOF also invaded  Wad Shahin, in the Bethlehem area, and kidnapped Hamza Jabreen, 19, while Awad Mahmoud ‘Asakra, 22, was kidnapped from his home in al-‘Asakra village.

According to IMEMC, the IOF  invaded Salaheddin Mosque, in the Saff Street in Bethlehem, where they searched the women’s section, before invading and searching a society for orphans in the area, in addition to many homes.

In the north of the occupied West Bank, in Tulkarem, the Israeli soldiers broke into the city and searched several homes, causing excessive property damage, and clashed with dozens of local youths, firing round live ammunition at the youths.

Also in Tulkarem, the IOF invaded Tulkarem refugee camp and clashed with local youths in many neighborhoods, especially in al-Balawna neighborhood

In Qalandia Refugee Camp, several Israeli soldiers invaded the Camp and fired live rounds at many protesters who hurled Molotov cocktails, empty bottles and stones on the invading vehicles.

At least, two young Palestinian men were kidnapped in Qalandia.

The IOF also invaded Nablus, in the north of the occupied West Bank, and kidnapped Ahmad Nayef Samir Shana’a, 28, after searching and ransacking his home in the Tal Street, west of the city.

In the end of the invasions, the IOF kidnapped at least three Palestinians in ‘Anabta city, west of Nablus, three in Nablus, two in Tulkarem, one in Sheqba west of Ramallah, and one Palestinian in Yatta, south of Hebron.

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