lundi 27 mars 2017

Hamas leader Nasif among several Palestinians kidnapped by IOF

Le leader du Hamas Nasif parmi plusieurs Palestiniens enlevés par les FOI


The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at daybreak Monday kidnapped the Hamas leader Ra’fat Nasif from his family home in the West Bank.

A PIC news correspondent said the IOF stormed Tulkarem’s southern neighborhood in over 20 military jeeps and cordoned off residential alleys before they ravaged Nasif’s family home and attacked his family members.

Nasif was released one month ago from Israeli jails, where he had spent a total of nearly 20 years.

The campaign targeted other Palestinians from occupied West Bank provinces.

Six Palestinians were kidnapped by the IOF from the southern West Bank province of Bethlehem.

Two ex-prisoners—Mootaz Samih and Jihad Sari—were kidnapped by the IOF from Ramallah’s town of Rentis.

Meanwhile, clashes burst out in Jenin, the northern West Bank, after the occupation army rolled into the city, kidnapped a Palestinian civilian, and wreaked havoc on civilian homes.

The IOF attacked the Palestinian anti-occupation protesters with randomly-unleashed spates of bullet fire and teargas canisters.

The Palestinian youth responded by hurling stones and home-made firebombs on the occupation patrols.

The IOF further raked through Qalqilya on claims that an explosive device was spotted near Eliyahu checkpoint.

The Israeli soldiers reportedly broke into Palestinian homes in al-Kar’an neighborhood and subjected the inhabitants to intensive questioning. 

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