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Israeli forces detain 7 in Bethlehem, injure and detain two boys

Aug. 14, 2008 9:29 A.M. (Updated: Aug. 14, 2008 9:29 A.M.)
Bethlehem - Ma'an - Seven Palestinians including two young boys were detained early Thursday morning during an Israeli raid at Ad-Duheisha camp south of Bethlehem.

The two young boys were also injured during the raid, when Israeli solders fired live bullets into the air.

Palestinian security sources reported to Ma'an that Israeli forces detained two young boys, Hamada As-Salihi and Hamdi Al-Atrash after they were injured with Israeli bullets during clashes at the camp following the Israeli invasion.

Also detained were 30-year-old Muhammad Yahya Al-Qassas, 32-year-old Adnan Naim Al-Qabu, 27-year-old Mohamed Hussein Al Najjar as well as Wael Khalil 'Atallah, and Ra'fat Abu 'Akr. All of the men were affiliated with the Popular front for the Liberation of Palestine, a leftist party with a military wing.

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