Israeli Army Closes Village Entrances near Nablus

An Israeli border policeman points his gus as he stands guard detaind Palestinian youths during a military operation in the center of Hebron

NABLUS, August 28, 2014 (WAFA) – Israeli army on Thursday closed the entrances of the village of Madama, to the south of Nablus, imposing a tight military cordon on the area, according to witnesses.

Witnesses told WAFA that an Israeli army unit set up flying checkpoints at all entrances leading to the village, preventing vehicles from getting in or out of the village and forcing many Palestinians to seek alternative bypass roads to reach their workplace.


Source: WAFA