Settlers rebuild an outpost in Nablus

Israeli settlers began rebuilding a settlement outpost in the southern area of ​​the lands of the town of Qusra, southeast of Nablus, according to local sources.

The official in charge of monitoring settlement activities in the area, Ghassan Daghlas, stated that this outpost was removed several years ago by the Popular Resistance Committees and that the settlers of the “Esh Kodish” settlement began to rebuild it.

It is worth noting that the West Bank city of Nablus witnesses frequent attacks by settlers who block roads, attack citizens and their property.

The town of Qusra is located about 24 km southeast of Nablus, and its built-up area is about 9,000 dunams, and its land area is approximately 27,000 dunams. The town spread its homes on a whole mountain 750 meters above sea level, with a population of more than 8,000.

Source : Safa