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Children detained as Israeli forces raid Palestinian territories [.alaraby.co.uk]

11.6.17

Children detained as Israeli forces raid Palestinian territories: [.alaraby.co.uk] Three children, as young as 12, were also taken from Hebron while another two were detained in Tulkarem.

Meanwhile, over a hundred Israeli settlers stormed the Joseph Tomb, located east of the Palestinian city of Nablus in the early hours of Tuesday, under the protection of the Israeli army.

Eyewitness accounts say that heavily armed Israeli forces escorted more than seven buses that carried the settlers to the tomb.

The invasion caused clashes between Palestinian youth and the settlers.

According to reports by the Palestinian Information Centre, Israeli army forces attacked Palestinians with teargas.

The Nablus Governorate said that no major injuries were reported as a result of the attack.


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