Days Of Palestine – Gaza
The Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday evening kidnaped five Palestinian passengers as they tried to travel officially through the border crossing of Beit Hanoun (Erez) and al-Karama in the north and east of the Gaza Strip.
According to Asra Media Office, the Israeli occupation forces kidnaped two citizens from Gaza after they went to the Beit Hanoun crossing on the northern border.
The detained passengers, who hold businessman permits, were identified as Abdul-Kareem Abu Sa’ada and Ahmed Subuh.
Passengers, mostly businessmen and patients, go to the Beit Hanoun crossing in order to be interviewed by Israeli officers and have their requests for travel approved.
Three Jerusalemite passengers were also kidnaped by the Israeli occupation forces at the Karama crossing in the east of Gaza on the same day as they were trying to enter the coastal enclave.
According to local sources in Jerusalem, the Israeli occupation forces kidnaped senior Fatah official Awad al-Salaymeh, as well as Ahmed al-Ghoul, head of the Fatah Youth Movement, and a young man called Areen al-Za’anin.