Updated|| Continuous Israeli attacks in separate areas of the West Bank and Jerusalem

The Israeli occupation forces and settler groups continued, on Thursday, their repeated attacks against Palestinian citizens in various governorates.


A military force seized equipment inside the archaeological site in the town of Sebastia, northwest of Nablus, shortly after storming the place, and preventing municipality crews from working in it on the pretext that they were classified as “C” areas.

Meanwhile, a group of settlers stormed the ancient archaeological site of Tel Jericho in the city of Jericho, amid tight protection from the occupation forces.

In this context, the occupation forces stormed the town of Beit Duqu, northwest of occupied Jerusalem , amid firing tear gas and rubber bullets at the citizens.

These forces seized a set of surveillance cameras before withdrawing from the village.

Earlier, they stormed the Shuafat refugee camp, northeast of occupied Jerusalem, on Thursday for the second time in a row.


The occupation forces also stormed the town of Silwan, south of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, and raided the rubble of the Al-Rajbi family's house in the Ain Al-Lawza neighborhood.


In a related context, settlers seized an agricultural room in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit, owned by Najih Harb.


According to local sources, the settlers took over his agricultural room in the area called "Khalat al-Qamh", north of the town, and erected flags there.


It is noteworthy that this area has recently been subjected to frequent attacks by the occupation forces and settlers.


In the same context, the Israeli occupation authorities have notified to hand over a number of citizens residing in the Abu al-Nawwar Bedouin community, east of occupied Jerusalem, to vacate or demolish their homes, tents and facilities within two weeks from its date, otherwise massive demolitions will be carried out against the community.


It is noteworthy that the land of the community inhabited by Bedouins is fully owned and registered in the “Tabu” of the people of the neighboring town of Anata, and this community is inhabited by about 181 people, more than half of them are children.

The occupation has also been seeking for years to empty the wilderness area of ​​East Jerusalem from the Bedouin communities, in order to make room for settlement expansion and the spread of settlements in the area, so that the eastern region of the West Bank becomes a settlement area entirely.


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