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Palestine: Israeli soldiers invade Nablus, Jenin

23rd Dec 2013

IMEMC & Agencies: Sunday, Israeli soldiers invaded the northern West Bank districts of Nablus and Jenin, and installed a number of roadblocks on various main roads.

                   File - Maan News Agency

[File photo: Maan News Agency]


Local sources state that undercover soldiers of the Israeli military infiltrated Al-‘Arqa village, but no arrests or home invasions were reported.
Furthermore, at least thirteen Israeli military vehicles invaded the Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus, and sealed all of its entrances.
Eyewitnesses said that the invasion started around 3 AM, and that dozens of soldiers were deployed in the streets and alleys of the camp.
Furthermore, dozens of soldiers invaded the Ya’bod village, near Jenin.
Undercover soldiers entered the village with cars carrying Palestinian license plates before regular units invaded it.
On Saturday evening, Israeli gunboats fired two shells at Palestinian fishing boats in the Sudaniyya area, northwest of the Gaza Strip. No injuries were reported.
The attack is part of ongoing Israeli violations against the Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip and in different parts of the occupied West Bank.
In addition, official sources in the besieged Gaza Strip have reported that Israel decided to allow 230 trucks into the coastal region.
The trucks are delivering supplies to the trade and agricultural sectors, in addition to carrying various humanitarian necessities.
Palestinian Liaison official in Gaza, Raed Fattouh, said that limited amounts of fuel and cooking gas were allowed into Gaza, and that five trucks loaded with berries and green spices were allowed out of Gaza, to European markets.


One Response to “Palestine: Israeli soldiers invade Nablus, Jenin”

Linda KnowltonDecember 25, 2013

How come you guys never said why Israel bombed Gaza.
Its all over other news websites that a Sniper killed an Israeli
Guy while he was working on the wall.
What…Israels president can’t protect his own people. Oh and guess what? The guy the Gaza sniper shot was a Muslim. So it looks like Israel even protects their Muslim community. How about that. :)


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