News, March 2008
16 Palestinians Kidnapped by Israeli Occupation Forces in the West Bank
Israeli occupation forces kidnap 16 Palestinians in the West Bank
Israeli occupation forces kidnapped 16
Palestinians in the West Bank for on Tuesday.
IOF troops round up two citizens in Nablus district
[ 04/03/2008 - 10:47 AM ]
Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnapped two Palestinian citizens in Nablus villages in pre-dawn raids on Tuesday that included shooting intensively during the incursions, locals reported.
They said that the two men were kidnapped from Kufr Kalil and Til villages to the east and west of Nablus city respectively.
The soldiers broke into many civilian homes before taking away those two men, the sources said, noting that the soldiers stormed the city of Nablus amidst intensified firing.
Meanwhile, Zionist settlers on Monday night stoned Palestinian homes in Burin village, south of Nablus, and clashes were reported between the two parties.
The settlers apparently responded to calls by Zionist fanatic MPs who called on the settlers not to hesitate in using their firearms against Palestinians.
Five Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli occupation forces in the northern part of the West Bank
Tuesday March 04, 2008 10:35 by Nisreen Qumsieh - IMEMC News
On Tuesday morning, Israeli occupation forces
carried out military operations in the northern part of the West Bank,
focussing on Nablus and Jenin cities, and kidnapped at least five
Palestinians in the operation.
Tuesday March 04, 2008 09:56 by Nisreen Qumsieh - IMEMC News
The Israeli occupation forces invaded the
southern West Bank city of Bethlehem and the nearby town of al-Khader on
Tuesday March 04, 2008 13:11 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC News
Around 200 school students gathered at the
center of Beit Sahour tow, east of Bethlehem city in the southern part
of the West Bank, on Monday to protest the Israeli attacks on Gaza.
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