Jewish settlers have distributed posters calling for the destruction of a mosque in the village of Bourin to the south of Nablus city in the occupied West Bank.
On Thursday (30.09.2010), Ghassan Daghlas, an official responsible for settlements in the northern West Bank, said that settlers put up posters and wrote inflammatory slogans calling for the destruction of the mosque. He clarified that the settlers placed these posters at a crossroad situated in the middle of the residential district in the village, which is subjected to attacks by settlers on an almost daily basis.
It is noteworthy that the issue of this particular mosque is pending in the Zionist courts as the Israeli occupation had previously decided to destroy it. Israeli settlers have been launching attacks against mosques in the villages of the southern Nablus countryside burning down two of them this year alone; in the villages of Yasouf and al-Laban in the east, while they scrawled racist graffiti on a third in the village of Hawara.