Saturday, January 20, 2007

Israel continues kidnapping Palestinians including Children


The Terror against Palestinian Civilians continues... The media maintain a stern silence.When will these events be reported? Where is the outrage? Where is the invasion to rescue these poor kidnapped people? Why is there no outrage at a child being handcuffed, blindfolded and abducted? Your tax money funds this terror. Will your conscience allow you to keep quiet?

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Israeli army invades Hebron city and several nearby villages and abducts eight Palestinian men

Wednesday January 17, 2007 13:47 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies ghassanb at imemc dot org

On Wednesday morning, Israeli forces invaded Hebron city in the southern part of the West Bank and the nearby villages of Yata, Doura, and Halhol. Eight Palestinian men were abducted in the operation.

In Yatta village south of Hebron, Israeli jeeps and troops stormed and searched a number of houses and ransacked them. During the operation the Israeli army abducted five villagers, eyewitnesses reported.

Sources in the village identified the five as: Mohamed Makhamrah, 33, Fahid Awad, 35, Ahmad Makhamrah, 37, Mussa Al Najar, 40, and Mohamed Al Hiranni, 38.

Moreover, in downtown Hebron city, and the nearby village of Halhol, Israeli forces attacked and searched residents' homes, and took three Palestinian men prisoner.

Local sources identified the three as; Abed Al Zama'rah, 23, from Halhol, Rami Al Shahaniet, 19, from Doura, and Mohamed Al Rijbi, 28, form Hebron city. The sources added that soldiers gave military orders for another six men in the city to be interviewed at the secret service office in the Kufar Atzion military post east of the city.

Some of the families of the attacked houses reported that soldiers trashed the houses and fired live rounds and sound bombs inside during their search; residents added that anyone who tried to ask the Israeli soldiers not to damage the house was attacked with rifle butts and batons.

The Israeli army abducts a Palestinian child from Hebron

Saturday January 20, 2007 15:44 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies ghassanb at imemc dot org

Israeli soldiers stationed at the entrance of the Ibrahimi mosque ( or tomb of patriarchs) in the old town are of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, has abducted a Palestinian child on Saturday midday. Eyewitnesses said that soldiers forced the small girl on the wall handcuffed and blinded folded here then took her to unknown detention camp.

Israeli army abducts three Palestinian men during invasions of villages near Hebron

Wednesday January 17, 2007 13:07 by Ghassan Bannoura - MEMC & Agencies ghassanb at imemc dot org

Israeli forces invaded several villages near the southern West Bank city of Hebron and abducted three men on Wednesday morning. They also gave military orders to another six for interviews with the Israeli secret service agents in a nearby military complex

Israeli forces abduct two Palestinian men from Beit Ula and Nuba villages near Hebron

Tuesday January 16, 2007 12:46 by Ghassan Bannoura - IMEMC & Agenciesauthor email ghassanb at imemc dot org

The Israeli army has abducted two Palestinian men from the villages of Beit Ola and Nuba west of the southern West Bank city of Hebron on Tuesday morning.

According to a statement by the Palestinian Prisoners' Society in Hebron the two were identified as Ashraf Al A'dam, 30, from Beit Ula village who works at the Islamic Charitable Society in the village, and Mohamed Al Sharuf, 39, from Nuba village, director of the ministry of education office in Hebron city. Army vehicles stormed residents homes in both villages searched and ransacked them after forcing the families out, eyewitnesses reported, before leaving and taking the two men to unknown location.


3 Comments:

Anonymous David said...

Do each of these kidnappings not warrant a month long 'incursion' into enemy territory, 1000 reprisal murders, destruction of essential infrastructure, an environmental disaster and the testing of some brand spanking new weaponry?

2:12 PM  
Blogger Kebz said...

Quite right David. If you are Israel, then it is practically compulsory.

These cases are the tip of the iceberg. There are sadly thousands of Palestinians interned in primitive desert prisons in shackles and often subjected to torture. Sad times indeed when our politicians are first in complaining about racism against a Bollywood star on TV but continue to remain silent as well as funding this bloody terrorism against Arabs. People should get their heads out of their back passages and see things in perspective.

5:23 PM  
Anonymous David said...

Yep the lynching of Jade Goodie will apparently rid Britain of it's last racist, if the media is to be believed.

6:16 PM  

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