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Israel Rampages Control Of Palestinian Territories

Israel Forces Grips Its Control, Rampages on the Palestinian Territories

PALESTINE, The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) blockaded overnight Tuesday all Palestinian cities in the West Bank and tightened a full closure. The Gaza Strip was also cut into four sections.

The Israeli defense minister Shaul Mofaz approved the call-up of reservists to the West Bank and Gaza Strip under the pretext that their top “security” priority during the Sukkot holiday, which begins Friday night, the same Israeli sources said.

Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces arrested Tuesday overnight a Palestinian after incurring the city of Rammallah, Palestinian sources said

Locals mentioned that an IOF undercover commando unit broke in abruptly Rukab Street and the area close to the chamber of commerce, in the heart of the city and abused Jameel Saleh Ankoush, 25 aged. He is a resident of Deir Abu Mehs’l , west of Ramallah city after they had handcuffed him and forcibly get him in a Palestinian private vehicle.

The IOF Commando left the area under full escort of the Israeli army, whom opened a burst of fire everywhere, Witnesses said.

Furthermore, the Israeli occupation forces had uprooted vast arable lands of olive and almond groves in the vicinity of Al Mugheira village, nearby Rammallah and Al Birah city, IPC correspondent said.

Witnesses accounted on that the Israeli occupation forces chewed up arable lands and uprooted 100 fruitful trees under the pretext of being planted at the main road, which the Jewish settlers passing through it.

Al mugheira village has been under curfew for two days ago, during which the Israeli soldier stormed the civilians’ houses and took up military positions.

In khan Younis city of Gaza Strip, the Israeli occupation forces occupied the house of Ibraheem al amour, west of Salah Al Din main road and turned it to a military post and held its dwellers in the first floor of the house and took up position at the fourth floor where set up its rifles, WAFA reported

Eyewitness said that the soldiers opened a random fire towards the civilians who were waiting there to allow access to reach their houses in Rafah city.

Worthy to mention, the Israeli occupation forces are closing the main road between khan Younis and Rafah for two ago.

Essam Al Sha’er, whose house located in the eastern part of Salah Al Din main road, mentioned that the residents of the area are deprived to get out their houses as the Israeli tanks and bulldozers have never stopped destroying the civilians’ belongings along the road leading to sofa commercial crossing.

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