Zio-Nazi Gestapo's abduct 12 Palestinians


Zio-Nazi Gestapo’s have abducted 12 Palestinians, including two women, overnight during raids on six villages near the northern West Bank town of Jenin.

Zio-Nazi Gestapo officer said in a statement on Tuesday that the detainees were senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad activists, Ma’an news agency reported.

The Zio-Nazi Gestapo has also ordered the closure of Palestinian charity Al Bara’a, claiming its operations harm Zio-Nazi, according to the statement.

Palestinian security officials said Arraba, Kafr Ra’i, Jaba, Az-Zababida, Anin and Silat Al-Harithiya villages were raided.

Islamic Jihad said Nazi soldiers tried to detain the movement’s leader Khadir Adnan overnight, but he was not at home at the time of the attack.

Meanwhile, Palestinian security sources said soldiers ransacked the offices of the Palestinian People’s Party and offices of the Islamic Relief Society as well as several other offices in the Al Bureiki building in the center of Jenin.


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