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IOF troops storm Bethlehem, detain 2 Palestinians in Al-Khalil
IOF troops storm Bethlehem, detain 2 Palestinians in Al-Khalil
Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed the West Bank city of Bethlehem at an early hour on Saturday while the militia of the PA in Ramallah remained indoors.
Sunday, April 11,2010 08:14
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Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed the West Bank city of Bethlehem at an early hour on Saturday while the militia of the PA in Ramallah remained indoors.

The IOF soldiers encircled the home of Fayez Humaida before breaking into and ransacking it then retreating without detaining anyone.

Meanwhile, local sources in Al-Khalil told the PIC that the IOF soldiers rounded up two Palestinians, including a 16-year-old boy, from the city at roadblocks to the entrance of occupied Jerusalem and near Halhoul town in Al-Khalil district.

tags: IOF / IOA / IOF Troops / Bethlehem / West Bank / Ramallah / IOF War Crimes / IOF Attacks / IOF Terrorism
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