Army Prevents Entry Of Samplings, Construction Material, Into Beit Iksa
Tuesday, January 29, 2013, the Israeli army denied the transport of construction materials and saplings into the village of Beit Iksa, north of occupied East Jerusalem.
Head of the Beit Iksa village council, Kamal Hababa, stated that the army claimed that the youth in the village use the construction materials during protests against the annexation wall, settlements, and against the occupation.
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