Settlers attack house in Nablus and archaeological site in Jenin

Days of Palestine - Nablus

Today, Israeli settlers attacked a house in the village of Burin south of Nablus, while dozens of settlers stormed the Tarla archaeological site in the town of Jaba' south of Jenin.

Local sources said that more than fifty settlers tried to storm the late Umm Ayman Soufan house, nicknamed the Guardian of the Mountain.

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The villagers headed towards the house, expelled the settlers, and prevented them from storming it.

The sources indicated that the settlers' attack came after the occupation removed a tent erected there for them. They reported that the house of Umm Ayman Soufan is one of the houses of Burin village, and it is located about 900 meters away from it in the middle of Jabal Salman.

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In Jenin, dozens of settlers stormed, at dawn today, the "Tersala" site near the town of Jaba'.

Security sources said that dozens of settlers armed with batons stormed the site under the protection of the occupation army and performed Talmudic rituals before leaving the area, chanting racist slogans against Arabs and Muslims.

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