Israeli Soldiers Close Several Main Roads Near Nablus

On Monday dawn, Israeli soldiers closed with sand barriers several main roads leading to three villages and towns near Nablus in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources said several military jeeps and bulldozers invaded the Huwwara and placed sand hills closing four roads leading to Einabus, Orif, and Jamain towns.

Awwad Najm, the spokesperson of Fateh Movement in Huwwara, said the soldiers have frequently been closing and reopening the roads in recent years, adding that the town is subject to constant invasions and violations.

Najm stated that the army repeatedly invades the town to remove the Palestinian flag from its main road.

He added that each time the soldiers remove the flag, the Palestinians raise another one in its place after the army withdraws from the town.

(Source / 18.07.2022)

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