Palestinians: Settlers graffiti school near Nablus

October 20, 2010 11:47


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Palestinians from the village of Sawiye near Nablus reported on Wednesday that a warehouse was lit on fire and on one of the walls "greetings from above" was spray painted in Hebrew.

According to the Palestinians, settlers entered the village in the middle of the night and broke into a girls' school. They set ablaze a warehouse which stored sports equipment and furniture for the school.

Overnight Tuesday, security forces arrived at the settlement of Bat Ayin and the outpost of Mizpe Erez to demolish several structures that were illegally built. 

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