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Azzun village put under curfew by Israeli forces

Nov. 17, 2009 8:16 P.M. (Updated: Nov. 18, 2009 11:56 A.M.)
Qalqiliya – Ma’an – Palestinian workers, farmers, students and teachers were prevented from leaving Azzun village south of Qalqiliya Tuesday morning, as Israeli forces imposed a curfew on the area and locked down roads to and from the area.

The teachers and students from Beit Amen village more than an hour late to their schools,disrupting classes across the village. Dozens of day laborers missed bids for work, meaning a days wages gone, and farmers were delayed in harvesting crops.

Secretary of the Azzun village council Muhammad Ayyoub said Tuesday was not the first time Israeli forces had imposed an arbitrary curfew on the village. "These procedures are continuous," he said.

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