Night confusion in South of Nablus
Night confusion activities against the establishment of the "Givat Eviatar" outpost continue in Beita, south of Nablus, on Mount Sabih in occupied Palestine.
In the town of Beita, south of Nablus, night-time disruption continues against establishing the "Givat Eviatar" outpost on the top of Mount Sabih in occupied Palestine.
Palestinian youths confronted the Israeli occupation forces, which stormed the western region of Jabal Sabih, and fired tear gas and bullets at them.
The soldiers chased the members of the rubber unit who managed to burn dozens of tires in the vicinity of the outpost, in conjunction with the presence of members of the Israeli Knesset inside the outpost.
One of the Jabal Sobeih guards told Al-Mayadeen that the occupation is working to dismantle the outpost of Eviatar and indicated that the activities of confusion aimed at disturbing the settlers and making them feel unsafe in their outpost.
On Saturday, hundreds of Palestinians participated in the confusion activities, as they confirmed the continuation of the marches until the removal of the new settlement outpost erected by settlers about two months ago on the town's lands.