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Extremist Settlers Attack Farmers in Nablus, Soldiers Search Hebron Homes - International Middle East Media Center

23.8.15

Extremist Settlers Attack Farmers in Nablus, Soldiers Search Hebron Homes - International Middle East Media Center: WAFA correspondence reports that Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors settlement activities in the West Bank, said that settlers attacked farmers, provoking the village locals and voluntarily guard committees - formed to protect locals against settlers’ attacks - who clashed with the settlers and managed to fend off the attack.

Witnesses reported, meanwhile, that despite the settler attack, Israeli forces, who arrived at the scene of the clashes, proceeded to fire live ammunition, tear gas canisters, and stun grenades towards the locals, while exerting no effort to apprehend any of the settlers. However, no injuries were reported.


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