Activists: IDF raids two Nabi Saleh homes, seizes equipment

March 21, 2012 10:22


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The IDF raided the homes of two activists in the West Bank village of Nabi Saleh early Wednesday morning, seizing computers, phones, documents and a camera, activists said.

One of the raids was on the home of Bassem Tamimi, currently imprisoned on charges of organizing weekly protests in the village. The second raid was on the home of Naji Tamimi, who was recently released from prison on similar charges.

Activists said the IDF has conducted similar raids in Nabi Saleh regularly in recent weeks.

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