Ramallah: Nazi Army Abducts Three Palestinians

The Nazi army abducted, on Wednesday at dawn, three Palestinians when dozens of Nazi soldiers invaded many areas in Ramallah governorate, in the central Nazi occupied West Bank, before breaking into homes and searching them.

The Nazi soldiers invaded Um ash-Sharayet neighborhood in the al-Biereh city, searched homes, and abducted a former political prisoner, identified as Haitham Syaj.

The Nazi soldiers also invaded many areas in the cities of Ramallah and al-Biereh, in addition to Birzeit town, before abducting two young men, both are students at Birzeit University, identified as Mohammad Habibn and Mohamma Atef, from their homes in Birzeit.

The invasions led to protests before the Nazi soldiers fired a few live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs; there have been no reports of injuries or additional abductions.

In related news, the Nazi soldiers abducted a young man, identified as Odai al-Louzi, on Tuesday at night, after breaking into his home and ransacking it, in Kafr ‘Aqab town, north of occupied Jerusalem.

On Tuesday night after midnight, the Nazi soldiers invaded several areas in Bethlehem governorate, south of Nazi occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank, before the soldiers stormed and searched homes and stores, in addition to inspecting surveillance recordings.

On Tuesday at night, the Nazi soldiers injured many Palestinians in the eastern area of Nablus city, in the northern part of the Nazi occupied West Bank.

On Tuesday evening, the Nazi soldiers abducted a former political prisoner, and detained six farmers from one family, in two separate incidents near Jenin, in northern West Bank.

Also on Tuesday evening, the Nazi soldiers shot a young Palestinian man, before abducting him near Hebron city, in the southern part of the Nazi occupied West Bank. The army also prevented international diplomats from entering Shuhada Street in Hebron.

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