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Israeli Breaches of Ceasefire

Israeli Breaches of Ceasefire

The Israeli violation of cease fire
From: 19.00hrs Sunday, June 29
To: 19.00hrs Monday, June 30
The Israeli violation of the declared cease fire on June 29, 2003.

[8] Palestinians were wounded, among them [2] children. [13] Were arrested. [135] Trees were uprooted & [18] dunams were bulldozed. [14000] Dunams were confiscated for settlement expansion. [4] Houses, [3] vehicles and [2] economic establishments were destroyed or damaged. [1] New military post was erected. Palestinian areas were shelled [2] times & bombarded by machinegun fire [9] times.

¨ Jerusalem: The occupation forces confiscated [14000] dunams of Palestinian land of the village of Bet Ikssa in order to build a new settlement.

¨ Nablus: The occupation forces held hundreds of Palestinian citizens in their vehicles in a sweltering weather and arrested five citizens.

¨ Jenin: The occupation forces invaded the town of Yaabad, imposed curfew and bulldozed hundreds of trees in the village of Zaboba for the so – called Security Fence.

¨ Tolkarem: The occupation forces invaded the village of Iktaba, stormed in & ransacked houses and arrested three citizens.

¨ Hebron: The occupation forces raided & vandalized Palestinian houses and arrested one citizen, while on their part; Jewish settlers attacked Palestinians in Al Bouera area and wounded a woman and an elderly citizen.

¨ Bethlehem: The occupation forces invaded the villages of Taqu’o & Bet Fajar, stormed houses and detained a number of citizens.

¨ Gaza: The occupation forces built a military watchtower near Al Shuhada junction.

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