Tubas (QNN)- Dozens Israeli settlers earlier on Friday stormed for the first time an archaeological site in Wadi al-Far’a village in Tubas in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.
Local sources said that under the protection of the Israeli forces, five buses carrying dozens of settlers stormed the area with the archaeological nature for the first time in the Wadi al-Far’a village and performed Talmudic rituals.
The sources said that the settlers’ storm of the area is the first time since 1993.
Wadi al-Far’a village has a land area of 12,000 dunams, of which 337 is built-up and 10,500 are for agricultural purposes.
Video | Early today, buses packed with colonial Israeli settlers accompanied by a military escort broke into Al-Faraa refugee camp in the occupied West Bank. pic.twitter.com/PJI56m1N0O
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(Source / 17.07.2021)