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Palestine: Israeli soldiers kidnap Palestinian in Bethlehem, storm stores, facilities

2nd Jul 2014
Palestine: Israeli soldiers kidnap Palestinian in Bethlehem, storm stores, facilities

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Saed Bannoura

IMEMC & Agencies: Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Tuesday, a young Palestinian man in the village of Husan, west of the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The soldiers also broke into and searched several homes and facilities.

Local sources said the army kidnapped Dia’ ‘Ayed Shousha, 21, after ransacking his home and took him to an unknown destination.

Soldiers also invaded, searched and ransacked several facilities in the town, including several local stores, institutions and other facilities, after wiring and detonating their main doors, and confiscated several surveillance cameras and equipment.

Meanwhile, fanatic Israeli settlers escalated their attacks against the Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank, assaulting and injuring several Palestinians, in addition to attacking homes, and throwing stones at a number of homes and cars.

In Jerusalem, three Palestinians were injured after being assaulted by a number of Israeli fanatics, medical sources in the city have reported.

A Palestinian Taxi driver was also injured, on Monday at night, after being assaulted and pepper-sprayed by Israeli extremists in Jerusalem, and was moved to a local hospital.

They also wrote anti-Arab racist graffiti on a wall, close to Bet Shemesh settlement, west of Jerusalem.

On Monday night, a Palestinian identified as Sajid Sultan, 19, was seriously wounded in the head when Israeli settlers marched through the city of Hebron demanding vengeance.

http://imemc.org/article/68292

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