Three detained upon attempt to retrieve a Palestinian house in Hebron
Three people from Hebron have been detained on Monday after a group of 20 Palestinian and international activists attempted to retrieve a Palestinian house that was forcibly occupied by Israeli military and settlers in the old city of Hebron.
Palestinian media sources reported that, the house is owned by the Rajab family who had moved out after being harassed by Israeli settlers few years ago. The house was then used as a military post by the Israeli military and more recently has been frequented by six settler families, who claimed legal ownership of the house.
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