IOF soldiers bulldoze land in central Gaza, confiscating land in Ramallah
|Wednesday, March 10,2010 19:36|
GAZA, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Tuesday advanced into central Gaza Strip and bulldozed cultivated land lots east of Breij refugee camp, witnesses reported.
IOF soldiers escorted four bulldozers that damaged the fields near to the borders with Palestine occupied in 1948, which became a routine job to terrorize farmers not to tend to their lands near the borders.
IOF troops handed notifications to the owners of ten dunums in Beit Lakiya village, west of Ramallah, informing them that their lands would be confiscated in order to amend a section of the separation, racist wall.
Locals said that the land is located in the southern tip of the village, noting where the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) have previously prevented buildings to be conctructed in the village's lands.
In occupied Jerusalem, IOF soldiers detained Nasser Al-Ghawi from arresting him from the tent in which he and his family live in front of his home that was seized by the IOA and handed to Jewish settlers in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood a few months ago.
Local sources said that the soldiers took Ghawi to Maskobeh detention center and charged him with inciting masked youths to throw stones and firebombs in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.