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Thursday: Israeli Army Abducts Sixteen Palestinians in the West Bank, Many in Gaza

03:00 Jan 25 2024 Hamra military roadblock (حمرا), Nablus (نابلس), Yatma (يتما), al-Midyah, Bethlehem, Nahalin, Husan, Hebron, Yatta, al-Bireh, Khan Younis, Jenin, Bir Al-Basha, Silwan, & Shu'fat refugee camp

Thursday: Israeli Army Abducts Sixteen Palestinians in the West Bank, Many in Gaza Thursday: Israeli Army Abducts Sixteen Palestinians in the West Bank, Many in Gaza Thursday: Israeli Army Abducts Sixteen Palestinians in the West Bank, Many in Gaza
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by IMEMC News
Jan 26, 2024

On Thursday, Israeli forces abducted sixteen Palestinians from separate regions in the occupied West Bank, in addition to an unknown number of men in the Gaza Strip.

Tubas

Occupation forces abducted Hussein Abdel Rahim Bisharat, 28, a citizen of Tamoun town, south of Tubas in the southeastern part of the West Bank, when he tried to pass through the “Hamra” military roadblock in the Jordan Valley.

Nablus

In the northern West Bank city of Nablus, Israeli soldiers abducted the former prisoner, Jaber Al-Agbar, after invading and ransacking his home, in addition to Wassim Halawa, after breaking into his home.

South of Nablus, the army invaded the village of Yatma, sparking protests, while soldiers opened fire with live rounds and tear gas canisters.

The army broke into many homes in the village and abducted a member of the village council, Wael Muhammad Najjar and his son, Baraa, after searching their home.

Ramallah

Israeli forces in dozens of military vehicles invaded the city of Ramallah in the central occupied West Bank, and stormed many citizens’ homes.

Northwest of the city, the army also invaded the village of Umm Safa, while an infantry squad and military vehicles roamed the streets.

In al-Midyah village, the army invaded and searched the home of Ali Muhammad Rizq, 28, before abducting him.

Bethlehem

Israeli forces invaded the city of Bethlehem in the southern West Bank, and abducted Muhammad Ahmad Al-Arouj, 29.

After storming the village of Nahalin, the army abducted four unidentified Palestinians in the village.

Southwest of Bethlehem, soldiers invaded the town of Beit Fajjar and deployed an infantry squad that toured the streets.

West of the city, the army invaded the town of Husan, closed the eastern entrance and erected a military roadblock, stopping and searching vehicles and inspecting the identities of their occupants.

Soldiers broke into several shops, detained several citizens, including Youssef Hamid Hamamra and his son, Muhammad after assaulting them, and occupied a home, turning it into a military observation post.

Media sources added that the soldiers also stormed the town of Tuqu,’ and the village of Harmala southeast of the city.

Hebron

In the southern part of the West Bank, Israeli forces invaded the homes of Abdul Majeed Majid Azghair and Omar Rashid Amr, before abducting them in the center of Hebron.

In the the town of Yatta south of Hebron, the army abducted Hammad Hussein Al-Shamsti and Younis Ratib Al-Shamsti, after invading their homes.

Soldiers abducted the young man, Hashem Atiya al-Faqiyat after storming their homes in the village of Al-Bireh southwest of Hebron.

The army infiltrated many neighborhoods in the city of Hebron, the Al-Arroub and Al-Fawwar refugee camp, and the town of Ad-Dhahiriya.
Gaza Strip

Media sources said that the occupation army abducted several Palestinian men from a residential building in the Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.

It was added that the army detained the women and children that were present in the building, taking them to the Red Crescent Society headquarters.

According to the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs and the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS),

“the total number of arrests after October 7 rose to about (6,285), and this total includes those who were arrested from homes, through military checkpoints, those who were forced to surrender themselves under pressure, and those who were held hostage.”

In related news, Israeli forces abducted eleven Palestinian citizens during a massive invasion into the northern West Bank city of Jenin.

In the village of Be’er Al-Basha, southwest of Jenin, the army executed a Palestinian man and abducted his brother.

In occupied Jerusalem, soldiers abducted four children and two young men in the town of Silwan and the Shu’fat refugee camp
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Massive Incursion Into Jenin, Eleven Palestinians Abducted, Infrastructure Destroyed

by IMEMC News
Jan 25, 2024

Israeli forces stormed, in the predawn hours of Thursday, the northern West Bank city of Jenin, abducted at least eleven Palestinians and destroyed infrastructure.

Before dawn Thursday, a large army force, including military bulldozers, carried out a wide-scale incursion into the city of Jenin.

Media sources said that at least thirty military vehicles, in addition to a D-9 military bulldozer and front-end loader stormed the city and its refugee camp from the three major streets.

Soldiers were deployed in several neighborhoods in the city, while armed resistance fighters engaged in intense exchange of fire with the invading army, and targeted armored vehicle with crude explosive devices.

During the incursion the army fired many live rounds, tear gas canisters, smoke bombs, and fired flares in the sky over the city.

In a massive search operation, the army broke into many citizens’ homes, occupying several homes, turning them into military posts.

In the eastern and the Al-Marah neighborhoods, soldiers abducted Aws Kahil Sakran, Ahmed Rabie Nassar, Bahaa Al-Absi, Murad Soukieh, Bakr Khamaysa, Hosni Younis, Muhammad Mahmoud Qama’a, Loay Jihad Al-Shalabi, Muhammad Ziyad Al-Shalabi, Ibrahim Hasis, and Hamoudi Al-Arsan.

Military bulldozers destroyed several streets in various neighborhoods, destroyed street vendor carts, and damaged many privately-owned vehicles.

It is important to mention that since the beginning of the Israeli military onslaught against the Gaza Strip on October 7, 2024, the occupation army has carried out more that thirty-five incursions into the city of Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp.
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Israeli Army Assassinates a Palestinian Man Near Jenin

by IMEMC News
Jan 25, 2024

Israeli forces executed, on Thursday, a Palestinian young man in the village of Be’er Al-Basha southwest of Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.

Media sources said that undercover Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Be’er Al-Basha, with the support of military reinforcements.

The army besieged the home of former political prisoner, Wisam Walid Khashan, 24, and opened fire at the young man, shooting him at point blank range.

Later, local Palestinians found the young man’s body near his home; the nature of his wounds was not known at the time of this report.

During the military incursion, Israeli forces shot the young man’s brother, Mohammed with live rounds and abducted his brother, Ahmad, who is also a former prisoner.

It was added that soldiers stormed his home next to the Khashan home, and allowed their dogs to attack the child, Majd Tariq Turkman, 17, tearing his clothing.

Palestine TV reported that armed resistance fighters exchanged fire with the invading army.

A large army force stormed, before dawn Thursday, the city of Jenin, abducted at least eleven Palestinians and destroyed infrastructure.
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Israeli Soldiers Assault And Abduct Many Palestinians In Jerusalem

by IMEMC News
Jan 26, 2024

On Thursday, Israeli soldiers assaulted and abducted several Palestinians in the occupied capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, leading to protests.

Many military and police vehicles invaded Silwan town, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and fired many concussion grenades at homes and streets.

The soldiers invaded the Sweih neighborhood, Abu Tayeh and Ein Al-Louza neighborhoods in the town and fired many gas bombs before abducting a child and two young men.

The soldiers also invaded Shu’fat refugee camp, northeast of Jerusalem, after closing the military roadblock at its entrance and preventing the Palestinians from entering or leaving it.

The soldiers fired many gas bombs, concussion grenades, and wastewater at stores and streets to force the Palestinians to leave and detained three children.

Although the holy Muslim month of Ramadan is not until March, the Israeli police are also holding meetings to discuss the conditions that would allow and deny Palestinians from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

Fanatic Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Bin-Gvir and the Israeli Police are against allowing the Palestinians from the West Bank to enter Al-Aqsa, while the army said it believes a limited number should be allowed to “avoid serious tension in the West Bank and Jerusalem.”

Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa, as well as various parts of the West Bank, have been under strict Israeli siege, constant invasions, destruction, and abductions among the Palestinians since October 7, 2023.

The army has significantly increased the roadblocks and blockades around Al-Aqsa since then and pushed hundreds of soldiers around the Old City, in its alleys, and especially around the holy site.

The Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) said the Israeli army has killed 370 Palestinians, including 99 children, and injured hundreds in the occupied West Bank since October 7, 2023.

In the Gaza Strip, Israeli missiles, shells, and bullets have killed at least 25.700 Palestinians and injured more than 63.740, mostly women and children, in addition to the massive destruction and devastation across the coastal enclave and the resulting famine and diseases, especially after the collapse of the healthcare system and the destruction of hospitals and medical centers after being invaded and bombed.


Features
Hussein Abdel Rahim Bisharat, from Tammun, detained 1/25/2024
Jaber Al-Agbar and Wassim Halawa detained 1/25/2024
Wael Muhammad Najjar and his son, Baraa, detained 1/25/2024
Ali Muhammad Rizq detained 1/25/2024
Muhammad Ahmad Al-Arouj detained 1/25/2024
Four unidentified Palestinians detained 1/25/2024
Youssef Hamid Hamamra and his son, Muhammad, detained 1/25/2024
Abdul Majeed Majid Azghair and Omar Rashid Amr detained 1/25/2024
Hammad Hussein Al-Shamsti and Younis Ratib Al-Shamsti detained 1/25/2024
Hashem Atiya al-Faqiyat detained 1/25/2024
Several unidentified Palestinian men reported detained 1/25/2024
Part 1 of 2: Aws Kahil Sakran, Ahmed Rabie Nassar, Bahaa Al-Absi, Murad Soukieh, Bakr Khamaysa, Hosni Younis, & Muhammad Mahmoud Qama’a detained 1/25/2024
Part 1 of 2: Aws Kahil Sakran, Ahmed Rabie Nassar, Bahaa Al-Absi, Murad Soukieh, Bakr Khamaysa, Hosni Younis, & Muhammad Mahmoud Qama’a detained 1/25/2024
Israeli army reported executing Wisam Walid Khashan, abducting his brother, Ahmad, and attacking Majd Tariq Turkman, 17, with attack dogs 1/25/2024.
Three unidentified Palestinians, two men and a boy, reported detained 1/25/2024
Entrances to the camp blocked by Israeli forces, preventing entrance and exit, 1/25/2024
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