Nablus: Fire in Balata Camp





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Published on Jul 23, 2007

Israeli military vehicles stormed Balata refugee camp near Nablus on Tuesday night, opened random fire and terrorized hundreds of residents who were out in the streets and in fields seeking relief after another scorching hot day in the West Bank.

Terrified refugees fled to their houses for safety but Israeli military vehicles sealed off streets and neighborhoods. Some shops and offices were left open as their owners ran out in panic after the sudden invasion.

Blasting orders over loudspeakers, the army forced residents out their homes and made them take off their clothes. The troops fired randomly at buildings in the area and set a local restaurant on fire. No casualties were reported. The operation ended in the early hours of Wednesday morning lasting over seven hours.

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