Army Invades Two Towns Near Jenin

Israeli soldiers invaded, on Saturday evening, two Palestinian towns near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, installed roadblocks, and searched lands.

Media sources said the soldiers invaded the towns of Silat al-Harithiya and Ta’nak, northwest, and west of Jenin, before conducting massive searches in the Wad Abdullah area and its surroundings.

The sources added that dozens of soldiers deployed in and around the invaded areas before closing many roads.

There have been no reports of protests or abductions during the invasion.

On Saturday at night, Israeli soldiers invaded the town of Sur Baher, southeast of the occupied Palestinian capital, Jerusalem, in the West Bank, the official Palestine TV has reported.

On Friday at night, Palestinian residents thwarted an attempt by an illegal Israeli colonizer to burn a Palestinian-owned vehicle in the threatened Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem, witnesses reported. The Israeli police later arrested the assailant, the Wadi Hilweh Information Center In Silwan (Silwanic) has confirmed.

Also on Friday at night, illegal Israeli colonists uprooted 25 olive saplings owned by local Palestinian farmers in the village of Bruqin, west of Salfit in central occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

(Source / 06.02.2022)

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