Israeli Soldiers Abduct 39 Palestinians In West Bank

Israeli soldiers abducted Thursday, at least thirty-nine Palestinians during massive invasions and violent searches of homes and property, in several parts of the occupied West Bank, including the occupied capital, Jerusalem.

In Tulkarem, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers abducted thirteen Palestinians from Nur Shams refugee camp, identified as No’man Bardaweel, Ismael Jaber, Sa’id Jaber, Ayed Abu Harb, Odai Sha’ban, Islam Fouda, Ehab al-Ashqar, Haitham Shehada, Ali Jaber, Anas Jaber, Mousa a-Masha, Ahmad al-Masha, and Hasan al-Masha.

In Jenin, in the northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted three siblings, Majd, Moharram, and Emad Kamamji, from Kafr Dan town, Mohammad Hafeth Sa’ayda, in addition to former political prisoner Zaki Mer’ey and his brothers Adnan and Ehab, from al-Yamoun town.

In Nablus, in the northern West Bank, the soldiers abducted Bilal Eshteyya from Tal village, Amir Eshteyya from Rafidia, and Hamdi Dweikat from Balata al-Balad.

The soldiers also abducted Nidal Khaled Bani Odah, 21, from Tammoun town, south of Tubas in the northeastern West Bank, after stopping him at a military roadblock near Huwwara, south of Nablus.

In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, the soldiers abducted Hamza Saleh al-At’out from his home in the alp-Biereh nearby city.

In Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers Omar Ibrahim Mousa, 20, from his home in the al-Khader town, south of the city.

In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted Raed Hijazi from his home in the Old City, Mohammad Taha, 14, from Bab al-Amoud, Daoud Sbeitan from his home in the at-Tour town, east of Jerusalem, and Yahia Jabarin, who was taken prisoner near Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, the soldiers abducted Mohammad Fadel Mahfouth, Abdullah Jihad Qawasmi, and former political prisoner Jibril Shaher al-Atrash.

The soldiers also abducted Obai Yousef Abu Mariya, Mahdi Mershed Awad, Amro Ala Abu Ayyash, from Beit Ummar town, in addition to Jamil Zama’ra and Mohammad Zama’ra from Halhoul, north and northeast of Hebron, and Nasim Taiseer at-Teety from the Al-Arroub refugee camp.

(Source / 15.04.2022)

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