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Monday, July 26, 2010

Jews don't visit holy sites - they "storm" them

Palestine Press Agency says,
Hundreds of extremist settlers stormed the Tomb of Joseph after midnight last night, in the eastern city of Nablus in the northern West Bank, in the latest attack in the province.

Witnesses said that approximately 700 settlers arrived in the area under the close protection of the occupation army, and entered the shrine, which is exposed to these sorts of incursions from time to time.

Witnesses added that the settlers performed religious rituals inside the place for about 5 hours before they withdrew in the early morning hours.
Keep in mind that under Oslo II, Jews have the right to visit Jewish shrines under Palestinian Arab control.