Settlers Harass Residents, Close Street, Near Jenin
A number of extremist Israeli settlers closed, late on Wednesday at night, the western entrance of Ya’bod village, near the northern West Bank city of Jenin, and harassed several residents. Soldiers invaded the village and broke into a store.
Local sources said the settlers were dancing in the streets, chanting anti-Arab slogans, and were cursing at the residents, and conducting provocative acts.
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