Israeli settlers attack building back to the Ottoman era in Nablus

Days of Palestine - Nablus

Israeli settlers Friday evening attacked "Khan al-Laban al-Sharqiya," located on the main Nablus-Ramallah road.

Local sources reported that Israeli settlers tried to storm the Khan under the protection of the Israeli occupation soldiers before the people confronted them and forced them to leave the place.

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It is noteworthy that "Khan al-Laban al-Sharqiya" is a building dating back to the Ottoman era, is located between the settlements of “Ma'aleh Labouneh” and “Ali”, which are perched on the Palestinian lands of the eastern village of "Laban".

Israeli settlers have been trying for several years to seize it.

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