by Barry Chamish
On September 19, the Israeli newsmagazine Yerushalayim reported that the Palestinian Police were investigating their first alien kidnapping.
The event occurred three days before when a young girl, Suha A'anam from the village of Dir Al Awasan near Tulkarem, was rescued by fellow villagers from the clutches of an alien.
The Police report states that Suha, a grade ten pupil, was standing on her second floor balcony when suddenly an alien began pulling her left hand. She screamed hysterically, alerting neighbors to the scene just in time to save her. She was taken to Tulkarem Hospital with scratches to her arm.
A neighbor told the Police that she heard a noise like a helicopter, looked out her window and saw "a whirlpool in the air, spreading ash everywhere" opposite Suha's balcony.
Two other witnesses saw aliens the same week. Six days before, sixteen year old Muhand Faras was walking home from school when he came upon a strange being of a man's size but with a small "root" in the middle of its face. Its skin was colored "like a frog's," it had two tiny hands with three fingers each, and long fingernails. The alien made a threatening, clawing gesture at Muhand's face, screamed something and "flew to the sky." Muhand does not know where the creature flew because he "was too frightened to look at it anymore and thought it might shoot something dangerous" at him.
Three days later, an engineer, Raid A'anam, saw a black creature in the sky just before sundown. He told police investigators that the outline of the flying object was "human with two arms and two legs."
Palestinian Police have since set up ambushes to trap the "intruders" and put an end to the villagers' terror. Needless to say, many villagers believe the Israeli intelligence agency, the Shabak, is behind the sightings. When asked why the Israelis would stage such an incident, the villagers answered, "To scare us."
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