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Israeli soldiers detain Palestinian man, child during horse search

Oct. 11, 2008 8:14 P.M. (Updated: Oct. 11, 2008 8:14 P.M.)
Nablus - Ma'an - Israeli forces imposed a curfew on Kaftr Qaleel, a village south of Nablus, on Saturday for several hours in response to a horse allegedly stolen from the nearby illegal Israeli settlement of Yeztsahar.

Local sources told Ma'an that the Israeli army, "backed by dozens of military jeeps and accompanied by Israeli settlers" invaded the village of Kafr Qaleel, imposing a tight siege on the village as forces searched for the horse.

Sources added that after two hours of searching, soldiers discovered the lost animal in a deserted house in a central area of the village. It was moved back to the settlement by bus.

Sources also said that soldiers seized 30-year-old Fa'ed Najeh Abu-As-Su'ud and his nine-year-old nephew during the invasion. Both denied involvement.

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