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Locals: Settlers storm Tulkarem village

April 13, 2010 4:06 P.M. (Updated: April 14, 2010 6:54 P.M.)
Tulkarem – Ma'an – A group of Israeli settlers stormed a Tulkarem village on Tuesday, blocking residents and school children from entering, locals said.

Residents of Khirbet Al-Hammam village, five kilometers east of An-Nazla Ash-Sharqiya, said the group of over 50 inspected homes and archaeological sites in the area.

Muhammad Halouli, a resident of the village, said the settlers came from Mevo Dotan, an Israeli-only settlement in Jenin, and prevented residents from entering the village as they performed their tour.

No clashes were reported.
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