On Sunday morning, dozens of Israeli settlers from the Gaza enclave settlements rallied to block the roads leading to the Karm Abu Salem crossing, to prevent the arrival of trucks to the Gaza Strip.

According to the PNN, Kan Hebrew website reported that about 100 settlers living in the Gaza Strip, this morning, carried out demonstrations on the road to the settlement of Eshkol, to protest what they called the “security situation in the south” and the continuation of Palestinian demonstrations on the border with the Gaza Strip.

Dozens of settlers reportedly closed the roads leading to the Kerem Shalom crossing and intercepted goods trucks on their way to the Gaza Strip, demanding the Israeli government to achieve calm in the south.

The website said that the majority of participants, in these demonstrations, are students of secondary schools in the Gaza envelope settlements.