News, March 2008
Israeli Occupation Forces Kidnap 2 Palestinians in Hebron, a Teenager in Bethlehem, and Attempt to Kidnap a 10-Year-Old Boy in Burqa
The Israeli military invades a village in the northern West Bank, attempts to kidnap a child
Saturday March 15, 2008 15:57 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC News
Palestinian media sources reported on Saturday
that the Israeli occupation army invaded the village of Burqa,
near Nablus in the West Bank, on Friday evening and tried to kidnap a 10
year old boy.
Among the homes searched was the house of Abed Saif, who was killed by the Israeli occupation forces last year. After searching the house, soldiers tried to kidnap Saif's son, Khalil, age 10.
Saif's family intervened, stopping the soldiers
from kidnapping the child. During the attempted operation,
soldiers fired tear gas and used sound bombs against local youth
protesting the invasion. The youths responded by hurling stones at
the soldiers, no injuries were reported.
Israeli occupation forces kidnapped two
Palestinian brothers in the early hours of Sunday morning from the
southern West Bank town of Taffuh, south of Hebron.
Israeli occupation forces on Sunday morning
kidnapped a Palestinian teenager from Bethlehem in the
southern West Bank.
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