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Israeli settlers burn swathes of the lands of a Palestinian town in Nablus

Israeli settlers burned swaths of land in the town of Burin, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, and a solidarity stand was organized in Ramallah condemning the Israeli practices in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem, and the participants in the stand expressed their support for the neighborhood's residents, following Israeli plans to expel a number of neighborhood families And allowing settlers to seize their property, according to "Russia Today."

Wasel Abu Youssef, a member of the PLO Executive Committee, said that the Jerusalemites "are writing an epic of steadfastness and defiance in the face of the occupation and its settlers."

On May 2, an Israeli court gave the "Al-Kurd, Al-Qasim, Al-Jaouni, and Iskafi" families, which numbered seven and comprised 30 individuals, including 10 children, a deadline to evacuate the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem and the families of Al-Daoudi, Dajani, and Hammad until early August. And its number is 7 families and it includes 25 individuals, including 8 children.