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MENAFN - Qatar News Agency - 07/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Qatar News Agency) r/>Hebron May 07 - Local sources in the southern West Bank city of Hebron reported that Israeli soldiers invaded Halhoul and Ithna towns broke into and searched several homes kidnapping four Palestinians.

The sources said dozens of soldiers invaded Halhoul town north of Hebron where they kidnapped two brothers identified as Mohannad 21 and Anan Mohammad Zama'ra 18 and a third Palestinian identified as Ahmad Omar Mansour 20.

The soldiers broke into and violently searched the homes of the kidnapped Palestinians in addition to several other homes in the town.

The Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) reported that several Israeli military vehicles invaded also Ithna town west of Hebron kidnapping one Palestinian identified as Mershed Tmeizy 35 after searching his home.

In addition soldiers installed several roadblocks in various neighborhoods of Hebron city and at the entrances of Sa'ir and Halhoul towns in addition to the al-Fawwar refugee camp where they searched dozens of cars while inspecting the ID cards of the passengers.

Also on Wednesday at dawn soldiers invaded the West Bank city of Bethlehem Nahhalin and Teqoua' nearby towns where they kidnapped four Palestinians.

Sources said that soldiers invaded the homes of Mohammad Bassam ash-Sheikh 21 and Khader Walid al-Hreimy 26 and kidnapped them after violently searching their property.

In addition soldiers invaded Nahhalin town west of Bethlehem where they kidnapped Abdul-Karim Mohammad Shakarna 19 after breaking into his parent's home and searching it.

Several Israeli military jeeps also invaded Teqoua' town east of Bethlehem and kidnapped one Palestinian identified as Mahmoud Kamel Salah.

Furthermore a number of armored Israeli military vehicles invaded Maythaloun town south of the northern West Bank city of Jenin where they kidnapped two brothers.

Local sources said that the soldiers kidnapped Bashar Fawwaz N'eirat 34 and his brother Yousef 30 after invading their property and violently searching it.


 


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