PLF Pakistan

 
 
 
 
 
 
You are here: Home
 
 

IOF sets up checkpoints, obstructs traffic south of Al-Khalil

E-mail Print PDF

Gaza8may2AL-KHALIL (PNIC):-The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Saturday night set up two makeshift checkpoints on roads leading to Kharsa town, south of al-Khalil in the West Bank, and restricted the movement of Palestinian citizens and vehicles.

Local sources told the (PNIC) that Israeli soldiers erected road barriers at the junction leading to the villages of Kharsa, ad-Dhahiriya, and Dura and al-Fawwar refugee camp and set up another checkpoint at the eastern entrance to Kharsa.

They added that the soldiers intercepted passing cars at the roadblocks, searched passengers and checked their IDs.

25-year-old Saadi Amr was detained for about two hours by soldiers at one of those checkpoints and then released.

 
 
 
 
left direction
right direction
More Israelis moving abroad than returning
19-year-old Israeli extremist releases from administrative detention
Israeli forces injure 3 Palestinians in Jenin raids
New Israeli settlement project in Beit Safafa
Egypt closes Rafah crossing after 4 day opening
PA raid sparks clashes in Balata refugee camp
Palestinian injured with Israeli bullet fire north of blockaded Gaza
Palestinians pray in congregation over Israeli demolitions in Basateen
Israeli forces ban Palestinian female journalist from Jerusalem
Israel is trying to interfere in the work of the Islamic Waqf
IOF sets up makeshift checkpoint east of al-Khali
Friday prayer near homes threatened with demolition