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Three women abducted during Gaza attack are released; fourth woman in hospital in Israel

Nov. 6, 2008 12:11 P.M. (Updated: Nov. 6, 2008 12:11 P.M.)
Gaza - Ma'an - Israeli forces have released three Palestinian women who were taken from the Gaza Strip when Israeli troops invaded Maghazi Refugee Camp on Tuesday night, while another was still in an Israeli hospital of the city of Beersheba on Thursday.

Released detainees Hanan and Sharihan Hassan Al-Hamidi said they "were interrogated and assaulted for several hours," during their detention.

The family of the fourth woman, Hanin Al-Loh, asked international institutions to secure the release of their daughter, who they said was shot in the back, hand, and leg, duing the Israeli incursion.

The released women said Al-Loh was injured and left alone in the street bleeding for an hour before she and the others were abducted by Israeli soldiers.

Two men, the husbands of the women detainees, were also abducted during the same raid.

Six people were killed during Tuesday night's attack on the Gaza Strip, the most serious violation to date of an Egyptian-brokered truce that went into effect in June.
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