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Israeli settlers set up new outposts near Bethlehem
Published Saturday 05/07/2014 (updated) 06/07/2014 23:06
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli settlers from settlements in the Tuqu village in southern eastern Bethlehem took over lands belonging to the al-Shaer and al-Umour families on Saturday.

Taysir Abu Mifreh, head of Tuqu town council, told Ma'an that a group of settlers protected by soldiers took over al-Shaer and al-Umour lands, over 100 dunams, near a settlement in eastern Tuqu.

Abu Mifreh highlighted that settlers set up four caravans in the Thahr al-Kharrubah area next to the illegal Roman outpost in order to expand it and turn it into a settlement.

He called upon all official and concerned parties to intervene to protect the areas near the settlement.
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1 ) Sam / The free world
06/07/2014 06:17
No such thing as settlers. Israel will not build any more communities outside the existing 4% if has already. She has every right to build in Judaea and Samaria being the indigenous owners of the area and ratified in the Mandate for Palestine

2 ) Currie/currious / Scotland
12/07/2014 00:14
Wake up Sam, who is "she" . Can you really listen to yourself , indigenous owners of the area....please don't insult people . Shame , shame , shame you all should be named and shamed for war crimes against Palestinians. No one is listening to you anymore , only the funding from America keeps you afloat . What a legacy you are leaving in history for your children.
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