Jerusalem24 – Yesterday, Tuesday, Israeli settlers placed 20 mobile on lands of the village of Kisan, East of Bethlehem. Local sources reported that the mobile homes that the settlers placed were near the Ibi Hanahel settlement, which is West of the village of Kisan, East of Bethlehem.
The deputy of the head of the Kisan Village Council, Ahmad Ghazal, said that this is in preparation to build an illegal settlement outpost. He added that the settlers had set up the mobile homes over the past two days.
The land in question is over 50 dunums in area (a little over 12 acres). Ghazal also added that the settlers opened roads to the land and built infrastructure for a new settlement outpost.
Israeli settlers set up mobile homes on Kisan village land, east of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, in preparation to build an illegal settlement outpost, today said Ahmad Ghazal, deputy head of Kisan village council.
The incident is similar to what happened in the town of Beita, South of Nablus. When Israeli settlers placed mobile homes on lands belonging to the town.