IMEMC & Agencies: Saturday at dawn dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded Qaryout village, south of the northern West bank city of Nablus, shortly after extremist settlers invaded the village.
[File photo: Radio Bethlehem 2000]
Local sources have reported that a number of armored Israeli military jeeps invaded Wadi Al-Beer and Ad-Dababees area, in the village, allegedly searching for “suspicious objects”.
The invasion was conducted after several extremist Israeli settlers invaded the area, and attacked Palestinian property.
It is worth mentioning that extremist settlers recently cut more than 100 olive trees in the village that suffers ongoing violations and attacks by Israeli soldiers and settlers.
The army repeatedly illegally confiscated lands belonging to the villages for “military considerations” as well as settlement construction and expansion activities.