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IOF raids homes, kidnaps Palestinians overnight from different areas

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Gaza19Aug7WEST BANK (PNIC):-The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) last night and at dawn Tuesday raided homes and kidnapped several Palestinian citizens in different areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem.

In Nablus, the IOF stormed Burqa town and kidnapped two young men from their homes. They were identified as Amir Daglas and Ahmed Abu Amr.

The IOF also raided five homes in Budrus town, west of Ramallah, and confiscated an amount of money from one of them.

In al-Khalil, several homes were ransacked during an IOF campaign in Beit Ummar town to the north and Wadi Abu Qatila area in the city.

The IOF did not carry out arrests during its campaigns in Ramallah and al-Khalil.

In Jerusalem, the Israeli police rounded up seven Palestinians, including a woman and five children, from different areas.

Local sources reported that a young man called Ahmed Zahran, from northwest of Jerusalem, and a woman along with her two children, from Kafr Aqab neighborhood, were arrested and taken to an interrogation center in the holy city.

Three other children were taken prisoners during police raids on their homes in Ras al-Amud neighborhood of Silwan district, south of the Aqsa Mosque.

The children were identified as Khaled Abu Qalbain, 14, Mohamed al-Haymouni, 12, and Abdullah al-Abbasi, 13. They are accused of throwing stones at a settler outpost in Silwan.

 
 
 
 
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