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Sources: Israeli forces detain Hebron judge
Published Thursday 30/09/2010 (updated) 01/10/2010 16:45
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HEBRON (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces detained a magistrates' court judge in Hebron overnight on Wednesday, security sources said.

Sources said forces ransacked Jamal Abdul Majeed Shadeed's home before taking him to an unknown destination.

An Israeli military spokeswoman said no arrests were made in the West Bank overnight on Wednesday as it was a Jewish holiday.
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1 ) Reader / from Edmonton
30/09/2010 20:40
Rogue Occupation Forces? Israeli citizens dressed in IOF uniforms? Where did they take him? What did they want? Can you imagine that happening to an Israeli judge in Tel Aviv?

2 ) southparkbear / usa
30/09/2010 22:06
judging by the way justice is done there with bullets to the knee that judge may as well be on the most wanted list

3 ) Jerrold Cohen / USA
01/10/2010 06:33
Reader / from Edmonton, nothing new. Israelis have long ago forgotten what the word "legal" means, so it is legal to kidnap a Palestinian judge. They have beaten and arrested Palestinian parliament leaders, so why is this any different?

4 ) Terry J. Blake / USA
07/10/2010 16:15
An open letter to both Israel and Palatine. Stop the madness. Stop pouring your children's and their children's blood into the sand. Peace has got to be easier than the madness of hatred.
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