Soldiers Invade Nablus Village, Break Into Homes, Mosque
Thursday, January 17; local sources in Khirbit Yanoun village, near Aqraba in the northern West Bank district of Nablus, reported that Israeli soldiers invaded the village, took pictures of several homes and of the village’s ancient mosque , and broke into the mosque.
Hamza Deeriyya, member of the Committee for Defending the Lands of Aqraba, told the Quds Press News Agency that the army took pictures of several homes, and broke into the village’s mosque, adding that the mosque is being renovated.
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