It all started because of a flag. A flag of Palestine was hung on an electricity pole on the main street of Hawara, a town south of Nablus. The street, Highway 60, also happens to be the main north-south route in the West Bank for both Palestinians and settlers. The flag didn’t sit well with a group of settlers who were traveling the highway, so they tore it down and threw it away.
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