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Girl among several Palestinians kidnapped in Israeli predawn sweep

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Gaza5may9RAMALLAH (PNIC):-A number of Palestinians were kidnapped by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in abduction sweeps launched across the West Bank at predawn Tuesday.

The IOF rolled into Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank, and kidnapped the 20-year-old Palestinian girl Fatima Jarrar from her family home.

Several members of the Jarrar family have been kidnapped by the occupation forces over recent months in manhunt sweeps targeting relatives of the slain anti-occupation attacker Ahmed Jarrar.

Israeli patrols further stormed Jenin’s western town of al-Sila al-Harithiya and kidnapped ex-prisoner Ibrahim al-Shalaby after they ravaged his family home.

At the same time, two Palestinian young men were kidnapped by the IOF following a round of home break-ins across Nablus province.

Fierce clashes burst out shortly after the assault, during which the Israeli military targeted Palestinian civilians with bullet fire, teargas canisters, and acoustic bombs.

Overnight, youngster Ahmed al-Jamal was kidnapped by the IOF as he passed through the Hawara checkpoint, south of Nablus.

The campaign culminated in the abduction of a number of Palestinians from Bethlehem province, in the southern occupied West Bank.

 
 
 
 
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