Israeli occupation kidnaps 22 Palestinians

UN: Israeli occupation forces have carried out about 100 weekly night raids across the occupied West Bank areas since the start of 2017

As part of its daily kidnapping campaigns, Israeli occupation kidnapped on Thursday night 22 Palestinians in West Bank and Jerusalem.

A United Nations report recorded an average of 95 weekly raids in the West Bank in 2016 and 100 weekly raids on average so far in 2017

As part of its daily kidnapping campaigns, Israeli occupation kidnapped on Thrusday night 22 Palestinians in West Bank and Jerusalem.

In a statement, the Palestinian Prisoner Club (PPC) reported that the Israeli occupation forces raided the West Bank city of Al-Khalil and kidnapped four Palestinian citizens.

The PPC also said that the Israeli occupation forces also kidnapped four other Palestinians in Beit Ummar. It noted that these kidnappings brought the total number of Palestinians kidnapped since the start of this year to 33, including 17 minors.

According to the PPC, the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped six Palestinians from the Ramallah and Al-Beeri.

In different Jerusalem areas, the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped five Palestinian civilians from their homes, the PPC said.

The PPC also said that the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped two Palestinian citizens from Askar Refugee Camp in the West Bank city of Nablus. Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces kidnapped another Palestinian in Tulkarm.

A United Nations report recorded an average of 95 weekly raids in the West Bank in 2016 and 100 weekly raids on average so far in 2017.

(Source / 23.02.2017)

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