Army Kidnaps 11 Palestinians, 34 Overnight And At Dawn

West Bank (IMEMC) – The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) has reported that the Israeli army has kidnapped eleven additional Palestinians, raising the number of kidnapped residents, overnight and at dawn Tuesday, to at least 34 Palestinians, in different parts of the occupied West Bank, including Jerusalem.

The PPS said the soldiers kidnapped six Palestinians, identified as Bassam Natsha, 19, Fathi ad-Deek, 19, Nadim Zahra, Anas Abu Assab, Issa Ayyad and Mohammad Shatara. The soldiers also kidnapped Rashad Radayda, from Bethlehem, as he was working in Jerusalem.

In Qalqilia, in the northern part of the West Bank, the soldiers invaded and searched homes, and kidnapped Mahmoud Milhem, 21.

In the central West Bank district of Ramallah, the soldiers kidnapped Mohammad Ahmad Eshtaya, 20, and Fares Abdul-Jabbar Eshtaya, 22, from Kafr Ni’ma village, and Mohammad Nizar Abu Assab, 29, from the al-Jalazoun refugee camp.

On Tuesday at dawn, the soldiers kidnapped twenty-three Palestinians in different parts of the West Bank, including one Palestinian, who was also shot and injured, in Qabalan village, south of Nablus.

This report prepared by IMEMC.

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