Israeli military restrictions in Nablus and al-Khalil

[ PIC 05/05/2013 – 08:47 PM ]

images_News_2013_05_05_iof-jeeps_300_0[1]AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) tightened its military restrictions on Sunday in al-Khalil in the southern occupied West Bank for fear of clashes erupting following settlers’ attacks.

Israeli soldiers were deployed intensively in different towns in al-Khalil, eyewitnesses told PIC reporter.

The sources added that Israeli military checkpoints were set up on the bypass road between Fawar camp and Kiryat Arba settlement built on Palestinian lands west of al-Khalil.

Meanwhile, the IOF set up a temporary military checkpoint at the entrance of Yabad village in Jenin on Sunday, preventing Palestinian students and employees from having access to their universities and work places.

Meanwhile, the IOF stormed Nablus at dawn today and raided a number of houses in different parts of the city, no arrests were reported.

Local sources revealed that the IOF summoned several youths for interrogation at Israeli Intelligence headquarters.

In a related context, the IOF prevented Palestinian citizens from using spring water near Fawar camp in al-Khalil under the pretext of maintaining settlers’ security.

The IOF have demolished a number of water wells during the past weeks in the area as a prelude to establish a new Israeli outpost.



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