Some settlers ordered to leave west bank property after clashes with the police
Thousands of riot police are deployed to control unrest on a part of the West Bank that Israel considers illegal and the Palestinians want annexed.
More than a thousand settlers from the nearby illegal settlement of Adei Ad in the south, east of Ramallah were ordered to leave east of the settlement out일산출장마사지post on Tuesday after clashes with the police, according to the Israel Defense Forces’ Central Command.
In addition, an additional 25 Israeli settlers, from the nearby settlement of Beit Hanoun, were ordered to leave east of the settlement outpost and were to be separated from all others from January, according to the Central Command.
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On Monday afternoon, hundreds of settlers in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus set off fireworks and hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, witnesses and police said. At least one officer was injured.
It’s the latest episode in a conflict sparked this month by the re-emergence of the Palestinian bid for independence from Israel.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has become a flashpoint in peace talks led by US President Donald Trump, who is visiting Israel.
The tensions escalated on Tuesday following Israeli police shooting dead a Palestinian man, Muhammad Abu Khdeir, who Israeli officials said was stabbing an Israeli settler who tried to defend himself with his knife.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s office and a member of his political party accused Israeli forces of targeting both Palestinian and Israeli civilians with tear gas, water cannon, rubber bullets, rubber bullets and live rounds.
The shooting came a day after dozens of Palestinians were killed and dozens more wounded duri온라인 카지노ng a brief flare-up on the West Bank hilltop, and after four Palestinians were killed and dozens wounded in clashes between Israeli forces and members of the West Bank town of Hebron.
On Wednesday, two Palestinians — one a soldier and one civilian — were killed and 21 injured by Israeli forces during a wave of stone-throwing by Palestinians on the West Bank town of Ramallah.
On Monday night, a Palestinian demonstrator and his 19-year-old brother were lightly wounded when Israeli troops fired rubber bullets, Molotov cocktails and live rounds at the family.
Israeli police spokeswoman Luba Sa제주안마mri said on Wednesday that two men were shot and a soldier was wounded after Israeli forces fired tear gas, live fire and live rounds at a demonstration in Jerusale