Settlers, Palestinians clash after protest march near olive grove

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October 27, 2009 10:35


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A confrontation between settlers and Palestinians broke out on Tuesday morning near Karayout, a village adjacent to Nablus, after a few dozen settlers conducted a protest march against olive harvesting taking place in a grove from which gunshots were fired at a settler a few weeks ago. Border policemen at the site managed to bring the mutual stone hurling to a halt. No casualties were reported, and no arrests were made. In related news, Palestinians from Turmus Aya on Tuesday morning claimed that dozens of their olive trees were uprooted, apparently during the night.

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