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Palestine: Israeli settlers harass residents, close street, near Jenin

4th Oct 2013

By Saed Bannoura

IMEMC & Agencies: A number of extremist Israeli settlers closed, late on Wednesday at night, the western entrance of Ya’bod village, near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and harassed several residents. Soldiers invaded the village and broke into a store.

Israeli Settlers - Safa News

[Israeli settlers. Safa News]

 

Local sources said the settlers were dancing in the streets, chanting anti-Arab slogans, and were cursing at the residents, and conducting provocative acts.
The settlers used generators to light out the streets, and to power up loud speakers, while Israeli soldiers were deployed in the area without attempting to stop them, the Safa News Agency has reported.

Later on, the army invaded the village, not to remove the settlers, but to break into a local store that belong to resident Salah Abu Dyak.

The soldiers violently searched the store and withdrew from the village.

On Thursday morning, several Israeli military jeeps installed a roadblock at the eastern entrance of Ya’bod, and nearby villages, and blocked all Palestinian traffic.

Soldiers stopped and searched dozens of cars, and questioned the passengers before forcing them back, an issue that pushed dozens of residents to take unpaved rough roads to reach their places of work, universities and schools.

Dozens of soldiers further invaded Sielet Ath-Thaher town, south of Jenin, broke into the home of resident Nasser Ibrahim Malloul, and handed his son Bilal, 27, a military warrant ordering him to the Salem military base for interrogation.

 

http://imemc.org/article/66213

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