The left-wing NGO B’Tselem argues that the settlers are exploiting the lockdown measures for their attacks.
One resident was arrested in the clashes
A new app released by the Israeli pro-settler NGO Regavim will allow users to measure the proximity of their homes to the Palestinian state that is currently being proposed in the Trump peace plan.
Multiple "price tag" attacks have been carried out in recent months since the IDF declared the Kumi Ori outpost near Yitzhar a closed military zone.
"If you want the support of the Right – act like you are the leader of the Right.”
Dozens of settlers began rioting in the area to stop the security forces from demolishing the structures.
The main, by far, obstacle to Palestinian economic development is the Israeli occupation and its strangling impact on the Palestinians.
For settlers the IDF’s Civil Administration is symbolic of Israeli military control over the lives of over 420,000 Israelis who live in Area C of the West Bank.
Price tag attacks were reported in the Palestinian villages of Deir 'Ammar and as-Sawiya and the Arab-Israeli city of Tayibe in which cars were vandalized and an olive tree grove was uprooted.
Zarug has been barricaded in him home for over three hours and its unknown how he is doing. Attorney Nati Rom was refused entry to check on him.