Israeli army closes the entrance of Beta, erects dozens of military blockades in Nablus 19Nov11 November 19, 2011

IMEMC  -  19 November 2011

On Thursday, the Israeli army closed “Beta” entrance in the southern part of the West Bank city of Nablus, preventing Palestinian residents from passing through it, the Palestinian news agency, Ma’an reported.

Local Palestinian sources stated that the army has erected many blockades in different parts of Nablus without definite reasons.

According to the sources, Israeli army personnel searched all Palestinian residents’ vehicles through these blockades.

In related news, four children were arrested after the army invaded their village and broke into their house in the West Bank city of Qalqilia. They were forced out of their houses in the cold weather.

They were identified as Qusai Saleem, 17, Rashad Sbettah, 13, I’hab Mesh’al, 17, and Ibahim I’nya, 17.

Soldiers also launched an incursion into the village of Amateen, near Qalqilia. They broke into two houses, with military dogs, and searched them, causing damage to the furniture.

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