At least 25 Palestinians abducted in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

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In a number of attacks in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army abducted 25 Palestinians in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

At least three Palestinians were abducted from the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia. Security sources say that the army carried out a military operation in several parts of the city, claiming they were searching for wanted Palestinians.Troops searched homes under the supervision of Israeli intelligence and abducted, Qasem Al Sawy, Mahmoud Al Je’edi, Imad Hotary.Qalqilia has witnessed successive Israeli attacks and abductions over the last four days.In the southern part of West Bank, the Israelis abducted a Palestinian from the town of Al Obeidiah, near Bethlehem.Security sources reported that the Israeli army invaded the town, besieged houses and abducted Mahmoud Rabay’ah, 32. Rabay’ah was handcuffed and taken to an unidentified detention center.In the central part of the West Bank, the military kidnapped a Palestinian from Qadoura refugee camp near Ramallah.Security sources reported that at least 15 military vehicles invaded the camp and besieged a house. A Palestinian man, Khaled Nakhlah, was abducted and taken to an unidentified detention center.

The Ramallah area has been subjected to a series of attacks during the past few weeks.In related news, the Gaza Strip witnessed a huge military raid and at least 20 Palestinians were abducted by the Israel army.Israeli troops are currently involved in an extensive military operation in the Al Faraheen area.

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