By Chris Carlson
International Middle East Media Center: Israeli forces, on Wednesday, kidnapped four people from Kherbat Al-Fakhet to the east of Yatta, in the Hebron district, according to local sources.
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WAFA News & Info Agency reports that activist Rateb Al-Jubur, coordinator of the anti-settlement and wall campaign said that army took four Palestinians while they were farming in their land, searched their cars and seized their harvest. They were led to an unknown destination.
Furthermore, Israeli occupation forces abducted, on Wednesday, 10 Palestinians from Halhoul village, north of West Bank city of Hebron, according to security sources. The PNN reports that Israeli forces took 10 Palestinians from Wadi Qaboun area, following a raid in the village.
Detainees are identified as: Mohammed ASli al-Sa’da, 24, Imad Ali al-Sa’da, 24, Mohammed Bilal Issa al-Sa’da, 20, Mohammed Omar al-Qashesh, 26, Majd Khader Abu Rayan, Ahmed Majed al-Sa’da, 20, Mohammed Ayed Khalil al-Sa’da, 16, Sa’di Mahmoud al-Zma’rah, Mohammed Jamal al-Takrouri, and Nidal Waheed al-Hadad.
Israeli troops set a military checkpoint at the main entrance of al-Fawwar refugee camp, south of Hebron, searched the vehicles and checked passenger IDs.
In related news, Gassan Daghlas, an activist who monitors settlement activities in the northern West Bank, warned on Wednesday that Israeli settlers are planning to organize armed patrols on bypass roads and the surrounding hilltops in the West Bank.
He said that these patrols could have serious impacts on the ground as settlers have recently declared their intentions to organize armed patrols on the bypass roads, starting with part of Highway 60 to the west of Nablus.
He added that such precedent proves that “the government of settlements govern the Israeli government and not vice versa.”