Scores of Palestinians were arrested by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at daybreak Tuesday in abduction sweeps rocking the West Bank.
Overnight, an Israeli patrol rolled into Qalqilya’s eastern town of Azzoun and attacked Palestinian anti-occupation youth with randomly-discharged spates of bullet fire, injuring a young man in his leg.
A number of Palestinian young men were kidnapped by the IOF in the assault.
At the same time, Israeli soldiers stormed Ramallah’s western village of al-Janiya and wreaked havoc on civilian homes. A Palestinian youth was summoned to questioning at the Ofer detention center, southwest of Ramallah.
Palestinian ex-prisoner Muayad Ghazi was also kidnapped by the occupation forces from his family home in Jama’in town, in Nablus.
The IOF further broke into Jenin and cordoned off the Jenin-Haifa thoroughfare with a military checkpoint. A young man was kidnapped from the city.
Palestinian civilians reportedly choked on teargas fired by the occupation forces in clashes that burst out in Jenin’s eastern corners.
Meanwhile, a Palestinian child, identified as Nour al-Hindi, was kidnapped by the IOF from al-Khalil’s northern town of Beit Ummar.
An iron gate was step up by the Israeli military at the main entrance to Kelkes village, south of al-Khalil.
In the meantime, the occupation army threatened to demolish the family home of 17-year-old Palestinian boy Khalil Jabareen, from Yatta town, over allegations of his involvement in an anti-occupation stabbing attack carried out on September 16, 2018 near Gush Etzion settlement outpost, south of Bethlehem. A fanatic Israeli settler died in the alleged attack.
(Source / 27.11.2018)