Israeli Soldiers Close Roads, Invade Homes And Confiscate Surveillance Equipment, Near Jenin

December 6, 2017 11:50 AM IMEMC News Israeli attacks, Jenin, News Report, West Bank 0
06 Dec
11:50 AM

Israeli soldiers closed, Wednesday, the western road of Ya’bad town, and several minor roads, southwest of Jenin, invaded and ransacked homes, and confiscated surveillance equipment.

Media sources in Jenin said Israeli army bulldozers placed rocks and sand hills at the western entrance of Ya’bad town, and roads leading to the homes of Abdullah Khatib and Nasser Abu Bakr.

The sources added that the soldiers invaded and violently searched many homes, including the use of k9 units, and confiscated surveillance recordings and equipment from the home of Yahia Abu Shamla.

On Tuesday at night, the soldiers closed the gate leading to Um ar-Reehan area, in Ya’bad town, in addition closing Barta’a and Dothan military roadblocks.

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