Event #2485 Israeli occupation forces invade several West Bank towns and kidnap Palestinian civilians, harass locals, and install roadblocks Date: Saturday, 12 Apr 2008
Manar Jibrin reports:
The Israeli army had invaded several parts of West Bank on friday and saturday they kidnapped five residents from the northern West Bank village of Zita near Tulkarem. Palestinian local
sources reported that Israeli forces kidnapped five residents , identified as 'Isam Muwafaq Baiadseh, 21, who works for the Palestinian security forces, Mohammad Jamal Nimir Rabah, 16, Samer Abed al
Salam Mar'ee, 16, Mohammad Taleb Mar'ee, 16, Mu'aweyah Ragheb Mar'ee, 15 all from Zita village. The sources added that Israeli troops had invaded the central West Bank cities of Ramallah and al
Beireh on patrol to searching a residential building in the nearby neighborhood of Betunia no kidnappings were reported. Israeli soldiers also invaded the the towns of A'teel and 'Anabta near the
northern West Bank city of Tulkarem Meanwhile, Israeli forces installed a temporary military checkpoint east of the southern West Bank city of Beit Sahour on Friday night.
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