Settlers attack citizens' homes east of Hebron

Days of Palestine - Hebron

After midnight on Saturday, Israeli settlers attacked citizens' homes in the village of Al-Adisa, east of Hebron.

Local sources reported that a group of settlers attacked a number of citizens' homes in the village of Al-Adaisah in the town of Sa'ir, east of Hebron, and insulted its residents in obscene words and threatened them with death and burning their homes.

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In the same context, the Israeli occupation forces set up a number of military checkpoints at the entrances to Beit Awa, the village of Kharsa, and Wadi Obeid in Dura, southwest of Hebron, and at the entrance to the town of Halhoul, north of Hebron, and stopped citizens' vehicles, searched them and checked their identity cards, which obstructed their passage.

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