Israeli soldiers abduct sixteen Palestinians in the West Bank – – IMEMC News
Israeli soldiers abducted at least 16 Palestinians from several parts of the occupied West Bank at dawn on Monday, the Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) confirmed.
In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, soldiers raided and ransacked several homes and student dormitories at Birzeit University before abducting seven Palestinians, including four Birzeit University students.
The soldiers abducted Nader Oweidat, Hamza Zalloum, Mohammad Qassem and Yahia al-Qaroot from their dormitories at Birzeit University.
The soldiers also abducted Islam Tawil, as well as journalist and former political prisoner Emad Abu Awwad, from their home in the town of al-Biereh.
In addition, soldiers abducted Mohammad Ali Qindah from the village of Abu Shkheidim, north of Ramallah, after detaining him for several hours at the nearby Atara military roadblock.
It should be mentioned that the soldiers also invaded the al-Jalazoun refugee camp north of Ramallah, causing protests.
In Bethlehem, south of occupied Jerusalem, soldiers invaded the Beit Jibrin refugee camp, searched homes and abducted Moath Abu Tarboush.
The army also invaded and ransacked houses in the al-Azza and Aida refugee camps in Bethlehem before abducting Moath Abdul-Jabbar Abu Tarboush and Ibrahim Yasser Abu Srour.
In Jericho, in the northeastern West Bank, soldiers invaded the Aqabat Jaber refugee camp, abducted former political prisoner Shaker Amara, as well as the secretary of the Fateh movement in the city, Nael Abu al-Asal , and Omar Abu Janadi.
In Jenin, in the northern West Bank, soldiers abducted Mahdi Faleh Zakarna from his home in the town of Qabatia along with Ammar Mohammad Shahin and Mohammad Abdullah ash-Sharfi, after storming their homes and ransacking them .
In Hebron, in the southern West Bank, soldiers invaded the town of Beit Awwa, southwest of the city, searched and ransacked many houses before abducting Ahmad Abdullah Abu Therea’.
The soldiers also confiscated a Palestinian car, owned by Maher Zoheir Abu Mizar, near the old city of Hebron.
Media sources in Hebron said the soldiers set up roadblocks on roads in northern Hebron and at the main entrances to Halhul, Sa’ir and Beit Awwa before stopping and searching dozens of cars.