IDF to remove 2 roadblocks near Nablus

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March 15, 2009 12:36

 
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The IDF will remove two roadblocks near Nablus on Sunday, Israel Radio reported. The Beit-Iba roadblock and a roadblock near the village of Tzara will be opened to vehicles and pedestrians. The decision to open the roadblocks was made after the cabinet decided on a series of actions meant to ease the lives of the Palestinians in the West Bank, following a decline in terror activity coming from Nablus.

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