[ 12/12/2011 - 11:23 AM ]
AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The Palestinian prisoner society said the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) kidnapped during last November 50 Palestinians including three children, four students and six patients in Al-Khalil city and its adjacent areas.
Among the detainees in that month was a blind man called Mohamed Amro who was brutally treated by Israeli soldiers and taken to Etzion prison, a report issued by the center stated.
Most of these detentions took place during violent night raids on homes in Al-Khalil, Arroub, Dahirya, Sa’ir, Dura, Beit Ummar, Yatta, Beit Ola and other small villages.
Demolition of furniture and property, and Physical violence against Palestinian civilians were reported to have taken place during those raids. Israeli soldiers also used dogs to terrorize families inside their homes.
The most violent incident during the reporting month was what happened to citizen Mutaz Abido when he was shot without prior notice by Israeli soldiers after a raid on his house and now he is in Hadassah hospital under tight security guard.
Two women were also beaten severely by Israeli soldiers after they suffered tear gas suffocation and then taken to Maskubiya interrogation center.
An Israeli court issued administrative prison sentences from four to six months against seven Palestinians from Al-Khalil city during the same month, according to the report.
Source and more at the Palestinian Information Center