Israel-Palestine News Compiler

Father demands Red Cross to locate his detained young daughter

Posted in 1 by beyondtheborder on September 1, 2009

Abu Ayman, father of Ghofran Al Zamel, who was kidnapped by the Israeli army four days ago, demanded the International Red Cross and other human rights groups to intervene and ask Israel to reveal the location where Ghofran is being detained and why she was kidnapped.

Ghofran is the youngest daughter of Abu Ayman. He told the Waed Society, which defends the rights of the detainees that the soldiers broke into his home at dawn and forced the family out before declaring that they came to arrest Ghofran. 

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The Israeli military kidnaps four civilians and attack kindergarten near Hebron

Posted in Arrests, Detentions, Kidnappings, The West Bank by beyondtheborder on April 16, 2009

Local sources said Israeli troops invaded the village of Beit Ruosh, near Hebron, and searched homes. Troops left the village after kidnapping four teenagers. Another force attacked the village of Saffa, where troops searched homes, storming and ransacking a local kindergarten. The villagers said Israeli troops removed a Palestinian flag on the roof of the kindergarten before leaving.

For full article, visit http://www.imemc.org/article/59988

Israeli military attacks Nablus, kidnaps seven civilians

Posted in Arrests, Detentions, Kidnappings, The West Bank by beyondtheborder on April 8, 2009

Witnesses reported troops searched and ransacked a number of homes before taking the seven men to unknown detention camps.

Among those kidnapped were Abdullah Al Dirie, 21, Ahmad Al Massri, 19, Fadi Salem, 18, and Yazan Al Assi, 16, the local sources added.

For full article, visit http://www.imemc.org/article/59840

The Israeli army kidnaps 27 Palestinian civilian from the West Bank

Posted in Miscellaneous by beyondtheborder on April 3, 2009

The Palestine News and Information Center, WAFA, reported that the invasions were carried out throughout the night and at dawn.

Local sources said that soldiers broke into and searched homes and interrogated several residents in their homes and the streets before kidnapping 27 residents.

Eleven were kidnapped from a village near Jenin, three from Qalqlia city, seven from Jericho, while three from Al Izriyah town near Jerusalem, and two from Bethlehem city.

Source: http://www.imemc.org/article/59741