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Palestine: Israeli soldiers wreak havoc in Jordan Valley village & confrontations

IOF soldiers wreak havoc in Jordan Valley village

JORDAN VALLEY, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) stormed Annasariya village in the Jordan Valley at dawn Monday and wreaked havoc in a number of houses.

Eyewitnesses said that big numbers of IOF soldiers stormed the village and encircled the homes of two citizens and forced all inhabitants out of them including an old woman and children for three hours.

They said that an Israeli officer brought down Palestinian flags from the roof of the houses and stepped over them then threatened to raze the houses in the next time if those flags were raised anew.


Jewish fanatic women storm Aqsa

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– A group of Jewish fanatic women stormed the Aqsa mosque on Monday under heavy police protection.

Islamic Awqaf officials objected to the step but the police ignored them and escorted the women inside the Qibli mosque.

At the same time, Israeli police blocked entry of Palestinian women into the Aqsa as dozens of them gathered in front of Bab Al-Asbat gate demanding right of entry to attend religious study courses.


Confrontations in Nablus after settlers enter Nabi Yusuf tomb

NABLUS, (PIC)– Hundreds of Jewish settlers burst into Nabi Yusuf tomb to the east of Nablus before dawn Monday under heavy Israeli military escort.

Locals said that violent confrontations between Israeli occupation forces and inhabitants took place after the settlers’ arrival.

They said that IOF soldiers fired teargas canisters at the protestors and houses in the vicinity of the tomb.

In the same context, scores of IOF soldiers broke into the eastern suburbs of Nablus city at dawn and clashed with young men until morning.

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