Bethlehem: Troops Abduct Six Palestinians

Nazi soldiers invaded, on Saturday, the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, stormed several homes and abducted six Palestinians, including a child, and injured others in the village of Husan west of the city.

In the predawn hours of Saturday several Nazi military vehicles invaded the city of Bethlehem, touring several neighborhoods, while Nazi soldiers broke into a Palestinian-owned home on Al-Saf Street in the city.

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Later in the morning, media sources said that the invading army abducted six Palestinian citizens, including a child, from Al-Saf Street.

After storming and searching their family homes, occupation forces abducted the child, Ahmed Nidal Soman, 17, the two brothers, Nour al-Din, 20, and Muhammad Naji Soman, 25, in addition to the two brothers, Nasrallah, 24, and Muhammad Omar al-Harimi, 29.

Meanwhile, occupation soldiers invaded and searched the home of Walid Al-Bustanji, in his fifties, before abducting him and confiscating his motorcycle.

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In the Wadi Shaheen area of the city, soldiers also broke into the homes of four Palestinian detainees held in Israeli prisons.

In related news, occupation troops stormed, on Saturday evening, the Al-Muteena area in the village of Husan, west of Bethlehem, sparking protests among local Palestinian youths.

The army fired concussion grenades and tear gas canisters, causing many Palestinians to suffer the toxic effects of tear gas inhalation.

Furthermore, the army Nazi soldiers forced citizens to close their shops and closed the eastern entrance to the village in both directions, resulting in a traffic crisis.

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