Colonial Israeli settlers built Saturday, December 17, a dirt road as a preparatory step to confiscate 200 Palestinian-owned dunums of land in the town of Qusra, south of Nablus.
The official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Douglas, said that the
Israeli Settlers of the illegal Israeli settlement of Magdolim located on the stolen lands of the Qusra town, built a dirt road from the western side of the settlement, along the Kafr Attia Plain in preparation for the confiscation of more than 200 dunums of the Palestinian lands, reported Ghassan Douglas, the Palestinian official in charge of the settlement case in the northern part of the West Bank.
Earlier, Israeli occupation issued a military order to seize 3,492 dunums belonging to Palestinian citizens in the village of Aqraba, southeast of Nablus under the pretext that it is “state land.”
More than 650,000 colonial settlers were distributed among 164 illegal settlements and 124 outposts built on the stolen lands of occuiped West Bank and Jerusalem.
The West Bank and Jerusalem lands are occupied territories based on International law due to this all Israeli settlement-building activities there are illegal.