Israeli forces kidnap 47 Palestinians in WB, Jerusalem

This is the largest kidnapping campaign for months

Israeli occupation forces kidnaped on Wednesday night 47 Palestinians from their homes in occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

Spokeswoman of the Israeli occupation army Luba al-Samri confirmed the kidnappings, claiming that all of the Palestinians targeted in this campaign were “terrorists” or “drug dealers.”

Days of Palestine, West Bank -Israeli occupation forces kidnaped on Wednesday night 47 Palestinians from their homes in occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

Several Palestinian families in both West Bank and Jerusalem reported to Days of Palestine that the Israeli occupation forces stormed their houses, searched them, damaged properties, stole money and kidnapped members.

The Palestinian Prisoners Society (PPS) also reported complaints of Palestinian families that the Israeli occupation forces carried out aggression against them and their sons during the night kidnapping campaign.

Most of the Palestinians kidnapped, the PPS said, were from Jerusalem’s neighbourhoods of Silwan and Al-Shawanneh.

Spokeswoman of the Israeli occupation army Luba al-Samri confirmed the kidnappings, claiming that all of the Palestinians targeted in this campaign were “terrorists” or “drug dealers.”

This is part of almost a daily form of the Israeli violations against the Palestinians. According to the Military Court Watch, NGO, more than there are 7,896 Palestinians inside Israeli jails, including 436 children.

(Source / 01.06.2016)

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