Israeli undercover soldiers kidnap PFLP official Husam Razza

Israeli undercover soldiers on Sunday evening kidnaped senior official of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Husam al-Razza, from Nablus city in the occupied West Bank.

According to local sources, plain-clothes soldiers kidnaped Razza in an ambush in Huwara area in northern Nablus as he was en route to Ramallah city.

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Razza had already been kidnaped on April 17, 2018 and spent over a year in administrative detention, with no trial or indictment. At the time, he went on hunger strike for 34 days in protest at his arbitrary detention.

Recently, soldiers disguised as municipal workers kidnaped Razza’s son, Bader, from his home in Nablus city. Bader had been taken prisoner several times before.

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(Source / 31.08.2020)

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