Jerusalem, Nablus roads blocked by Israeli settlers in protest against outpost removal
Hundreds of Israeli settlers blocked the Nablus road in the northern West Bank, and dozens more tried to block a main road in Jerusalem on Monday, calling for the Israeli government to allow the expansion of a settlement colony located in the northern West Bank.
The protest came after a group of settlers tried to expand the settlement of Havat Gilad, in violation of Israeli and international law, and the government dismantled a caravan constructed on Palestinian land that the settlers were trying to seize.
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