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Israeli occupation forces abduct 21 Palestinians in West Bank

Israeli occupation forces attacked 76-year-old man who attempted to prevent abduction of his sons.

Nov 07 2017

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Israeli occupation forces abducted 21 Palestinians in occupied West Bank during raids on Tuesday night, Palestinian Prisoners Club (PPC) reported.

The PPC reported local sources saying that the Israeli occupation forces abducted the five Palestinians from the city of Qalqilya, including the former prisoner Omar al-Sheikh Qasim.

According to the same source, the Israeli occupation forces raided the city of Tulkarm and abducted six Palestinian citizens from their homes.

Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces raided the city of Bethlehem and attacked the Palestinians at the Fox Coffee and abducted its owner, in addition to two other citizens.

Locals told the PPC that the Israeli occupation forces had abducted Zenat al-Halayqeh and stole thousands of Israeli Shekels from her house.

Locals told the PPC that the Israeli occupation forces had abducted Zenat al-Halayqeh and stole thousands of Israeli Shekels from her house.

In Nablus, the Israeli occupation forces abducted two Palestinian brothers and attacked their 67-year-old father who tried to prevent their abduction.

Addameer, Palestinian rights group, said that there are 6,279 Palestinians abductees inside the Israeli jails as of August, 65 of whom were women.

The group has estimated that some 40 per cent of Palestinian men will be abducted by Israel at some point in their lives.

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