Israeli Colonists Assault a Palestinian Shepherd, Destroy Palestinian-owned Crops and Structures


Illegal Israeli colonists assaulted, on Tuesday, a Palestinian shepherd and destroyed crops and structures belonging to local farmers, according to local sources.

Under the full protection of the occupation army, several Israeli settlers assaulted a local Palestinian shepherd, identified as Fayez al-Tarbani, while he grazed his sheep in Kafr Malik village, northeast of Ramallah in the central part of the West Bank.

The settlers chased the sheep away from the village, while local villagers gathered to drive away the invading colonists.

Meanwhile, in Kafr Ad-Dik town, west of Salfit, in the central West Bank, Israeli settlers from nearby illegal colonies, destroyed three agricultural structures belonging to local farmers.

One of the owners of the three structures, Ahmed Al-Ahmad, stated;

“the settlers infiltrated our lands located in the Khallet Al-Qamh area – Susiya, and took off the doors of the houses, broke the windows, and completely destroyed the room of the citizen Najih Harb.”

Furthermore, a number of Israeli colonists, on Tuesday, allowed their livestock to graze on the land belonging to a Palestinian citizen, destroying 20 dunams of crops in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron in the southern West Bank.

Fouad Al-Amour, coordinator of the Protection and Resilience Committees, stated that settlers destroyed 20 dunams of crops owned by Palestinian citizen, Mahmoud Idais.

Sources: WAFA, WAFA, WAFA

Photo: Palestine TV

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