January 31, 2018
Israeli occupied soldiers abducted, on Tuesday at dawn, fifty-four Palestinians from several parts of the occupied West Bank, including 33 in Jerusalem Al-Quds, after invading their homes and violently searching them, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) has reported.
In occupied Jerusalem, the soldiers abducted 33 Palestinians, including several children, during extensive and violent searches of homes in al-‘Isawiya town.
They have been identified as Issa Mohammad Abu Ryala, 16, Mohammad Zakariya ‘Oleyyan, 17, Shai Mohammad Atiya, 17, Samir Akram Atiya, 15, Abdullah Abu ‘Assab, 16, Mohammad Mahmoud ‘Oleyyan, 16, Wisam Sameeh ‘Oleyyan, 15, Mohammad Ali Dari, 14, Adam Kayed Mahmoud, 17, Nassim Kleib, 17, Yahya Arafat Dirbas, 16, Yousef Bilal Abu al-Hummus, 19, Daoud Yousef ‘Atiya, 19, Bashar Mohammad Mheisin, Ashraf Wael Obeid, Abdul-Qader Mohammad Obeid, Mohammad Abu Sneina, 18, Nassim Sami Moheisin, Mahmoud Mohammad Abu ‘Oweiss, Ahmad Abu Roomi, Mahmoud ‘Assem Obeid, Anas Abu Assab, Mohannad Nasser Mahmoud, Nidal Mahmoud, Issa Nasser Mahmoud, Hamed Shafiq Obeid, Mahmoud Shafiq Obeid, Mohammad Shawkat Obeid, Bashar Mahmoud, Rashad Abu Ryala, Saleh Na’im Mheisin, Amir Khaldoun Mustafa and Ma’moun Mahmoud.
In addition, the soldiers invaded Doha town, west of Bethlehem, and violently searched the home of a lawyer and the head the Independent Commission for Human Rights in southern West Bank, Farid al-Atrash.