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Two shot and twelve detained in Nablus refugee camps

July 17, 2008 10:25 A.M. (Updated: July 17, 2008 10:25 A.M.)
Nablus - Ma'an - Two young Palestinian men were shot by the Israeli army in Balata refugee camp in east Nablus and another 12 were detained in the Askar refugee camps after a raid in the area at dawn on Thursday.

Palestinian security sources in Nablus said that Israeli forces raided the two Askar refugee camps and shot two Palestinians who were heading to their workplaces on Thursday morning near Balata refugee camp east of Nablus.

17-year-old Abdallah Khalil Assi's hand was injured and 22-year-old Samir Sa'id Tawfiq As-Sa'ed was hit with bullet fragments, it is not known if his injuries are serious.

The detainees have been named as: 36-year-old Khaled Hashem Salameh, 30-year-old Hassan Qatnawi, 26-year-old Qassem Ghazi Jarwan, 25-year-old Adham Salah An-Naqib, 28-year-old Mahmoud Hafez Abdel Jawwad, 36-year-old Mohammad Abdel Qader, 33-year-old Ahmad Mohammad Habboush and his 22-year-old brothers Basel and Abdel Fattah and 21-year-old brother Khalil, all from Askar old refugee camp, in addition to 37-year-old Mohammad Taher Fares and his 34-year-old brother Yousef Taher from the new camp.

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