Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Extremist Israeli settlers distorted the murals on the walls of al-Kurd family’s home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in the occupied city of Jerusalem on Thursday.
For the third time in less than two weeks, colonial Israeli settlers distorted the murals, which symbolizes freedom and peace, painted on the walls of al-Kurd family’s home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
On November 30, the colonial settlers vandalized the murals painted on the walls of al-Kurd family’s home. Hours later, dozens of settlers and cops broke into the neighborhood, attacked residents, and placed a Hanukkah menorah at the entrance of the Kurds’ house.
On December 2, the settlers again spary-painted the murals with racist and zionist slogans, including the Star of David.
Every time the settlers vandalize the murals, Palestinian activists and residents of the Sheikh Jarrah fix them, as they stressed that they will never give up and that the Israeli attacks will never weaken them.
Last night, marching Israeli settlers, under police protection, called for the expulsion of the indigenous Arab population during an attack on the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, after the occupation forces closed entrances leading to the neighborhood.
(Source / 09.12.2021)