A number of cadres of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine reopened a bookstore closed by occupation forces a few days ago in the Dheisheh refugee camp in the southern city of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank of Palestine.
Zionist occupation forces invaded Dheisheh camp and raided homes and businesses while violently attacking young people protesting and resisting their invasion. Occupation forces presented a number of residents of the camp with demands to submit themselves for interrogation by occupation forces.
The occupation forces closed a number of stores, including a bookstore, inside the camp, claiming they sold fireworks which were then launched by the youth against the daily invasions of occupation soldiers.
Young people opened the bookstore and removed the closure, posting a paper saying that “This store has been opened by a decision of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.”
This action is similar to many of this type carried out during the first Intifada by elements of the resistance to the occupation forces.