NABLUS, (PIC) – Jewish settlers began rebuilding a settlement outpost in the southern area of the lands of Qusra’s town, southeast of Nablus, on Thursday.
Ghassan Daghlas, an official monitoring the settlement activity in the northern West Bank, said that this outpost was removed several years ago by the Popular Resistance Committees; and Esh Kodesh settlers are rebuilding it today.
The Nablus province witnesses repeated attacks by settlers who block roads and attack citizens and their property.
Qusra is located about 24 km southeast of Nablus and is built over an area of about 9,000 dunums with a population of more than 8,000. The town is surrounded by three Jewish settlements.
Qusra is exposed to constant incursions by armed settlers who attack the peaceful citizens in their work and farms.
The town formed a resistance model for the rest of the Palestinian villages, as it formed night watch committees seven years ago to warn against and ward off settlers’ incursions.
(Source / 12.02.2021)