Jewish settlers at noon Thursday erected caravans and tents in an evicted settlement site south of Jenin city in the northern West Bank. Settlers were intensively deployed, in groups, in the area.
Local sources told the PIC reporter that fanatic settlers raided the area and sparked riot amid chanting of anti-Arab slogans and others threatening to take over the site.
Israeli settlers every now and then, especially during Jewish holidays, storm and perform Talmudic rituals inside the same site in the city. However, it was the first time to erect caravans in the area.
Israeli occupation forces evicted the site in 2005 in the wake of the withdrawal from Gaza Strip. However,, Palestinians have been banned from accessing the site since then.
(Source / 03.08.2017)