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Suggested Topics An Israeli human rights group has charged that the army is failing to protect Palestinians from violence by settlers after masked Israelis attacked an elementary school, vandalised cars and torched hundreds of olive trees in the
Settler attack in Urif, April 2013 0 Views August 2013 On 30 April 2013, after a Palestinian killed Yitzhar settler Evyatar Borovsky, settlers attacked Palestinians and damaged their property throughout the West Bank. In video footage taken by a B'
Settler attack in Asira al-Qibliyeh, April 2013 2,463 Views August 2013 On 30 April 2013, after a Palestinian killed Yitzhar settler Evyatar Borovsky, settlers attacked Palestinians and damaged their property throughout the West Bank. In one case,
Image Maan News Agency Jabour said that a number of extremist settlers attacked local shepherds in Ein Al-Baida area, close to Karmiel illegal settlement, and added that the settlers tried to push the Palestinian shepherds out of a gazing area. He
The settlers then burnt 20 Dunams of Palestinian olive orchards. The sources said that at least 50 marked Israeli settlers attacked the shepherds, an issue that led to clashes between local residents and the settlers. Israeli soldiers arrived at the
Maan News Medical sources said that Fathiyya Mohammad Ajaj, 75, was visiting her son, Abed, at a hospital in the area. The woman left the hospital and was waiting for a car to take her home when three Israeli settlers beat, kicked and threw her onto
Israeli Settlers And Soldiers, RB2000 Approximately 10 settlers broke into a four-story residential building that belongs to Jaber Palestinian family, and claimed that they came to help a Jewish-Israeli tenant, the Radio Bethlehem 2000 has reported.
The Israeli Police claimed that the attack was carried out following clashes that took place between the villages and settlers of Rotanim settlement, and added that the villagers hurled stones at the settlement and some vehicles. The Maan News Agency
Settlers also attacked the village leading to clashes with the locals. Tamimi Press Local sources reported that settlers of the Halamish illegal settlement, gathered in the area and closed the main road that connects several villages with Ramallah,
The center said that Sultan Al-Kiswani, 16, was walking from home to the Al-Rasheediyya school in Jerusalem when the settlers attacked him, and was moved to a local clinic before being moved to the Eye Hospital in Sheikh Jarrah. The center added that