Jewish settlers return to evacuated settlement

[ 22/07/2011 – 11:38 AM ]


JENIN, (PIC)– Jewish settlers returned to the evacuated settlement of Homesh, south of Jenin city, at dawn Friday and offered Talmudic rituals, as Israeli occupation forces (IOF) arrived to the scene to provide protection for them.

Local sources said that the settlers spread in the olive groves between Burqa and Seelat Al-Dhaher villages.

Herds of settlers routinely storm the same area during which they attack Palestinian civilian property ever since Homesh was evacuated in 2005.

The IOF troops at dawn Friday stormed the Yamun village, west of Jenin city, and combed the area between it and Burkin village and intercepted farmers while on their sway to tend to their fields.


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