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Israeli forces raid Nablus area after fire bomb thrown at settler car
Published Thursday 17/04/2014 (updated) 19/04/2014 15:47
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NABLUS (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces deployed in and around the northern West Bank towns of Beita and Huwwara late Wednesday after a fire bomb was hurled at a settler car, witnesses said.

Dozens of Israeli soldiers stormed Beita and imposed a curfew on the nearby Huwwara village after a settler vehicle was attacked with a fire bomb.

Israeli soldiers fired multiple tear gas canisters and stun grenades in the town.

Locals told Ma'an that several Israeli military checkpoints were erected around Beita and soldiers inspected all Palestinian vehicles until the early hours of the morning.

All Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank are considered illegal under international law.
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1 ) Sam / Australia
17/04/2014 15:06
Good. That's what you deserve for trying to kill people. No Israeli 'settlements' are not illegal according to international law. Why don't you learn to read. If you think that then so are Arab settlements, because legally is the owner of that land.

2 ) Could happen / to you
17/04/2014 17:54
No sympathy here. If someone tried to throw a fire bomb at my car, I wouldn't think "gee, maybe I should move." I would run their a$$ over with the car, back up, and then do it again.

3 ) Sherri Munnerlyn / US
18/04/2014 14:49
Terrorist Zionist illegal settlers reap what they sow. God's Law in operation.

4 ) Robert Chapman / USA
18/04/2014 20:00
Gee if some European or American fool came and stole my land and killed my people , hell id do what it took to rid the filthy theives of my property !!! Wouldnt you !!! ??.
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