Soldiers Remove “Canaan” Protest Village Installed On Threatened Lands
Saturday morning February 9; Israeli soldiers invaded and dismantled the Canaan protest village, east of Yatta town, near Hebron, that was installed by local nonviolent activists on Palestinian lands that Israel illegally confiscated for its settlement construction and expansion activities.
The soldiers declared the area a closed military zone after surrounding it, proceeded to attack the residents, and removed their tents.
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