Israeli settlers protest re-opening of road to Palestinian village
After the Israeli military re-opened the road to Beit Dajan, near Nablus, on Tuesday, a group of several dozen Israeli settlers gathered Wednesday at the entrance to the Palestinian village, many armed with automatic weapons, to block the Palestinian villagers from using the newly-reopened road.
The road had been closed by the Israeli military for the past 12 years, which compelled the villagers to take a difficult, circuitous route in order to reach the city of Nablus.
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