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Israeli Breaches of Ceasefire

Israeli Breaches of Ceasefire

The Israeli violations of the cease fire From: 19.00hrs Sunday, July 20 To: 19.00hrs Monday, July 21

The Israeli violations of the cease fire declared on June 29, 2003.

[1] Palestinian was killed, [9] were wounded and [3] were arrested. [80] Trees were uprooted and [5] dunams were bulldozed. [4] Vehicles and [15] economic establishments were destroyed or damaged. [750] Housing units to be built. Palestinian areas were bombarded by machinegun fire [6] times.

¨ Jerusalem: The occupation authorities issued tenders to build (750)-housing units to expand Jewish settlements on Palestinians owned land. The occupation forces also invaded Shufat refugee camp, fired at Palestinians, closed Nabi Samoel checkpoint and restricted the movement of citizens.

¨ Nablus: The occupation forces bulldozed Palestinian land and uprooted trees to expand a settlement road.

¨ Jenin: The occupation forces shot dead a Palestinian citizen, invaded the village of Jaba where they searched and ransacked a house and arrested one citizen.

¨ Qalqilya: The occupation forces invaded the city and stormed Al Quran neighborhood and arrested one citizen.

¨ Hebron: The occupation troops issued orders to confiscate fifteen Palestinian commercial stores in the old city.

¨ Bethlehem: The occupation forces closed Al Ouja road, held & questioned citizens and chased Palestinian workers and fired gas canisters at them.


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