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Hamas government forces seize off-duty police officer, family alleges

Oct. 6, 2007 2:33 P.M. (Updated: Oct. 6, 2007 2:33 P.M.)
Khan Younis - Ma'an - A family in the Gaza Strip city of Khan Younis accused the Hamas-controlled de facto government of seizing an off-duty police officer from his home on Friday.

A relative of Amir Abu Jazar, the man who was allegedly abducted, said: "A number of masked men stormed the officer's home and abducted him from his home introducing themselves as police men and security men."

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