Israeli settlers raid western Ramallah

Days of Palestine - Ramallah

Dozens of Israeli settlers stormed on Sunday the Mount Al-Alam area, threatened with seizure, in Ni'lin town, west of Ramallah, and the Israeli occupation authority vehicles bulldozed 300 dunums in its vicinity.

Imad al-Khawaja, Ni'lin mayor, said in press statements that more than 100 settlers, under the protection of the Israeli occupation forces, raided Mount Al-Alam to establish a new settlement outpost.

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He said that since the early morning hours, the Israeli occupation authority bulldozers razed 300 dunums of citizens' lands in the vicinity of the mountain. The townspeople went to the area to repel the attack of the Israeli forces soldiers and settlers, he added.


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