Several colonist Israeli settlers forcibly placed on Monday a number of mobile caravans on a piece of land, owned by Palestinians, in the West Bank city of Nablus.
Chief for the Palestinian profile of illegal Israeli settlement in northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, told media outlets, this afternoon, that several armed conlonist Israeli settlers forcibly placed a number of mobile caravans on a piece of land, owned by Palestinian residents in the Aseera Alshamaliya village, to the north of Nablus city.
Daghlas’s statement was reported by local Palestinian news outlets, including the official Palestinian News Agency, WAFA.
Over the past several weeks, colonist Israeli settlers, in different parts of the West Bank, have stepped up their assaults on Palestinian farm lands that are located, just close to hundreds of illegal Israeli settlements, erected in West Bank cities, towns and villages.
Several international legitimacy resolutions, including those issued by United Nations’ Security Council, regard Israeli settlement activities, across the West Bank, as illegal and that Israel must dismantle around 200 of those settlements, to allow the establishment of a connected Palestinian statehood, with East Jerusalem as it’s capital.
Some commentators believe that recent Israeli colonist settlers’ practices could have been driven by recently-announced Israeli government’s plans to annex at least 30 percent of Palestinian territories in the West Bank, to the occupation state of Israel.
(Source / 29.06.2020)