Israeli forces raid homes, kidnap citizens in West Bank and Jerusalem

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Israeli occupation forces last night and at dawn Wednesday kidnaped several Palestinian citizens, including ex-detainees, in the West Bank and Jerusalem.

According to local sources, the Israeli occupation forces kidnaped journalist Waleed Khaled from his home in Iskaka town, east of Salfit. He had spent a total of 20 years in Israeli jails.

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In Nablus, the Israeli occupation forces kidnaped three citizens from their homes in Beita town. They were identified as Baraa Adili, Salem Hamayel, and his brother Salim Hamayel.

The Israeli forces also kidnaped three young men from their homes in Awarta town (southeast of Nablus), Tulkarem refugee camp, and Dinnaba suburb in Tulkarem City.

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In Hebron, the Israeli occupation forces kidnaped two ex-detainees identified as Mohamed Zeitoun and Mohamed Arafat from ash-Shuyukh town, two others identified as Tayseer Hafed and Amer al-Ja’bari from Hebron City, and Imad Arziqat from Taffuh town.

In Jerusalem, a young man called Omar Muhaisen was kidnaped from his home in the Shuafat refugee camp.

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