IOF soldiers abduct daughter of businessman, serve demolition notice
|Saturday, June 26,2010 15:48|
TULKAREM, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) have stormed the home of Palestinian businessman Ali Al-Dadu in Tulkarem city and kidnapped his daughter Yasmin after confiscating a number of personal computers in the house.
Local sources said that the IOF troops broke into the house before dawn Friday and thoroughly searched it, wreaking havoc in the process.
The IOF soldiers had detained Dia, Yasmin's brother, a couple of days ago at the Karame crossing on returning from Jordan into the West Bank.
Dadu's shop was burnt at the hands of Fatah elements after Hamas took over control of the Gaza Strip more than three years ago and his losses were estimated at millions of dollars. The businessman and his sons were repeatedly detained by Fatah militias and the IOF soldiers since then.
Hebrew press had reported that the IOF soldiers rounded up six Palestinians on Friday in northern and southern areas of the West Bank including two brothers in Qabatia, Jenin district.
Meanwhile, IOF troops delivered a demolition notice to a citizen in the northern Jordan Valley on Friday following a series of similar demolition notifications in the area.
Local sources told the PIC that the IOF soldiers handed Ahmed Nawaja'a a written order not to live or be present in the area of his residence and asked him to evacuate his home within 24 hours.