Settlers storm "Kifl Haris," West Bank
Hundreds of settlers storm "Kifl Haris" in the West Bank to perform Talmudic rituals in Islamic sites, and a young Palestinian was martyred in Ramallah.
Hundreds of settlers broke into "Kifl Haris," West Bank, protected by the Israeli occupation forces, to perform "Talmudic rituals" in Islamic sites.
Citizens reported that the occupation forces intensified their presence and military restrictions at the main entrance to secure the movement of settlers inside.
شبان يطلقون مفرقعات نارية صوب قوات الاحتلال ومستوطنين اقتحموا بلدة كفل حارس شمال سلفيت لتأدية طقوس تلمودية في المقامات الإسلامية.#فلسطين_تقاوم pic.twitter.com/r90Qm3vwe6— ﮼مـصـدر ﮼مسـؤول (@MMas2ool) June 2, 2021
*شاهد*— الهدهد (@hodhod_pal) June 2, 2021
اقتحامات المستوطنين قرية كفل حارس والتي تقع جنوب مدينة نابلس في محافظة سلفيت.
والتي اقتحمها اليوم المستوطنون من قبل عصابات فتيان التلال والطوائف الحسيدية في الكيان.
الاقتحام يأتي في اطار الوصول الى مقامات اسلامية هناك عتبرها المستوطنون لانبياء لهم pic.twitter.com/CdtePX55hK
In Ramallah, on Wednesday, the Israeli occupation forces continued their violations against the Palestinians, their sanctities, and their properties.
The Ministry of Health announced Wednesday the death of Fadi Sadiq Musa Washha, 34, from Birzeit, north of Ramallah, after the occupation shot him two weeks ago at the northern entrance to the city of Al-Bireh.
In Nablus, several civilians were wounded by rubber bullets during confrontations with the Israeli occupation forces near the entrance to Azmut.
Eyewitnesses reported that the occupation forces stormed the village, attacked the civilians in a barbaric manner, and attacked everyone they found in front of it.
They also fired rubber bullets at the citizens and used tear gas canisters.
The occupation forces closed the Huwara and Beit Furik checkpoints, south and east of Nablus, from both directions.
In Gaza, rescue crews recovered the bodies of two martyrs who had fallen as a result of the explosion of suspicious objects that the occupation launched during its recent aggression on the Gaza Strip, increasing the number of martyrs in the Strip to 257.
61 settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque in groups from the Mughrabi Gate. They carried out provocative tours in its courtyards, during which they gave "explanations about the Temple."