A group of extremist Israeli colonialist settlers installed, Monday, a new outpost on Palestinian lands, south of Beita village, southeast of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
Fuad Maâali, the head of Beita Local Council, said the colonialists installed four mobile homes on four dunams of Palestinian lands, owned by a local Palestinian, identified as Mousa Abdul-Moâti, and even hooked them with electricity and placed floodlights around them.
The settlers also brought bulldozers, and initiated infrastructure work to hook their new illegal outpost with running water.
Fateh movement in the West Bank called for resisting Israelâs illegal colonialist activities, and its ongoing occupation of Palestine, as they are constant violations of International Law, and the Four Geneva Convention.
The Palestinians in Beita called on the International Community to intervene, and end the Israeli violations against them, as they live in areas under full Israeli military control, and are deprived of basic services.