Settlers of Ramat Yeshai illegal outpost in Tel Rmeida neighborhood, in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, attacked a Palestinian man and six children, marking a new wave of attacks against the residents.

A local source in Hebron reported that Shaher Abu Aisha, 43, sustained injuries in his face, bleeding in his nose and other bruises in his body after settlers attacked and severely punched him, while he was near his home.

Abu Aisha was injured while trying to protect a group of children, including his sons and nephews, after a group of extremist settlers stoned and attacked them.

The WAFA news agency identified the children as Mahmoud, Ahmad, Manal and Mohammad, and two other children; all aged 7-16.

In a separate incident, settlers of Ramat Yeshai illegal outpost attacked a 12-year-old child from Samouh family, in Al-Shuhada Street in Hebron.


The child was heading back home from school when the settlers attacked and kicked her to several part of her body,

Also, settlers of the same outpost hurled stones and empty bottles at dozens of homes in the neighborhood, damage reported.

Over the last several days, settlers attacked dozens of homes and residents in Hebron, especially after new settlers moved to the Ramat Yeshai illegal outpost, and a home which was taken over by the settlers.

The home, which was occupied by the settlers two weeks ago, belongs to Al-Bakri family.