Soldiers Invade Village Near Jenin, Break Into Homes
Tuesday evening June 4 2013, dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the village of Jalkamous, east of the northern West Bank city of Jenin, broke into and searched several homes, and occupied rooftops.
Local sources have reported that dozens of military jeeps, accompanied by a military ambulance, invaded the village, before the soldiers violently searched several homes, and interrogated a number of residents.
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