Feb 10 2019
A number of Palestinians were kidnapped by the Israeli occupation forces “IOF” at the crack of dawn on Sunday in an arresting campaign in the West Bank and Jerusalem.
Israeli patrols stormed Bethlehem’s southeastern town of Tekou’ and wreaked havoc on the homes of Palestinian ex-detainee Murad Jabreen.
Mujahed Issa, the Palestinian young man, was kidnapped by the IOF from his family home in Bathlehem’s southern town of al-Khader.
Meanwhile, clashes burst out between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian anti-occupation youth in Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus.
The elderly Palestinian citizen Muhammad al-Ja’ba, aged 86, was summoned to questioning by the IOF after they broke into his family home.
Overnight, 16-year-old Mohamad Aslan and 19-year-old Abdul Malek Abu Latifa were arrested by the IOF at Qalandiya military checkpoint, north of occupied Jerusalem, over allegations that they were holding sharp objects.
The campaign culminated in the abduction of three Palestinian young men from Al-Issawiya village, northeast of occupied Jerusalem.
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