Palestinian sources confirmed that a group of settlers burned the town mosque Kaberallowaqa changer in the region of north-east of Ramallah. Quoted by the BBC in Ramallah, faith Erect, the witnesses from the town saying: "A group of Jewish settlers perpetrated at the third hour, at dawn on the burning of a mosque town changer great, and burned all its contents, and wrote on the walls slogans against Arabs and Muslims”.
For his part, said Ghassan Douglas, in charge of the issue of settlements in the northern West Bank: "We have a number of settlers brought large numbers of tires, and piled them around the mosque, and set fire to them."He added that "The people of the town, they extinguished the fire that brought large parts of the mosque."
In the meantime, quoted by the Palestinian News Network (ANN B) for press releases and Wissal Graduate from the village of Abu changer as saying: "The settlers sneaked into the village at dawn, the protection of Israeli soldiers and burning a mosque."
As quoted by the agency itself for Nassan Faraj, head of the village council in the town changer, saying in remarks to the media: "The congregation was surprised when they went to prayer to reignite the fire inside the mosque, where they found the tires burning inside."Nassan said: "The citizens of the town saw a group of Israeli soldiers near the pedestrian from the mosque by the middle of the night, which indicates that the burning process has the protection of the occupying forces."
"This is the beginning of revenge"
He added: "The slogans written in Hebrew on the outer walls of the building of a mosque, burning the beginning of revenge."However, the Associated Press news agency quoted Micky Rosenfeld, Israeli police spokesman, as saying: "The writings found on the walls of the mosque refer to a policy of revenge for the settlers of the operations carried out by the Israeli government against them."
It is noteworthy that the Israeli authorities had evacuated a week ago a group of settlers tried to establish "outposts" on land located southeast of the town changer.Has issued a "National Assembly Christian in the Holy Land," a statement condemning what he described as "the crime of aggression" by a group of settlers on the mosque in question.It is noteworthy that this is the fifth time in which the attack on a mosque in the West Bank within about a year to work with and relate to the settlers. The last such attacks in the month of October, when a number of the oldest settlers burn "the prophets mosque" in town "Beit Fajar" south of the city of Bethlehem in the West Bank.
In a separate development, she said, "BNP said that" Israeli forces launched a campaign of arrests at dawn on Tuesday in the West Bank was arrested on the families of Deputy Ahmed Haj Ali, a member of "Change and Reform Bloc," calculated on the movement of Hamas in the Palestinian Legislative Council, and who at the age of 72 years, and Mustafa Nashar, university lecturer and a leader in Hamas.
The agency quoted Al Haj Ali's family members as saying that "A large Israeli force stormed the family home in the pastes in the Al Ain refugee camp west of Nablus, and did not wait for them to open the door, and they tamper with the contents of the house and searched violently."
It was reported that Israeli forces also arrested 13 people in different parts of the West Bank.It was not possible to confirm or deny the news of the arrests mentioned by the Israeli authorities.