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Settlers storm the archaeological area in the town of Sebastia, north of Nablus


Today, Wednesday, settlers stormed the archaeological area in the town of Sebastia, north of Nablus. The mayor of Sebastia, Muhammad Azim, told the Palestinian News Agency "Wafa" that settlers stormed the archaeological site, amid strict military measures by the occupation forces, and the site and roads leading to it were closed to citizens.


Azim indicated that the occupation forces had deployed since the morning hours on the roads and rooftops, explaining that the incursion came according to a fixed program announced by settlers earlier to storm the site.


It is noteworthy that, for nearly four months, settlers have been organizing incursions into the archaeological site every Wednesday, with the escort of the occupation army.


In a related context, the Israeli occupation forces arrested today, Wednesday, a citizen of Hebron.


Sources reported that the occupation forces raided the southern area of ​​Hebron and arrested Muhammad Helmy Abu Safeya, after searching his house and tampering with its contents.

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