A group of radical armed settlers attacked a Palestinian house and set fire to it while the Israeli Army kidnapped the owners of the house on Tuesday midday in the southern West Bank city of Hebron.
Palestinian sources reported that a group of settlers from Beit Hadasa located in the central part of Hebron city attacked the nearby Palestinian home and set fire to it. When the owners of the house along with their neighbors tried to put out the fire Israeli troops attacked them, beat them up and forced them away from the house leaving it to burn.
Witnesses added that soldiers kidnapped the owners of the house Shadi and Nabeil Sader and took them to an unknown location.
Eventually the neighbors put out the fire but the house sustained great damage.
Also today near Hebron Israeli Army bulldozers have uprooted 3000 trees that belonged to farmers from the village of Beit Ola south of Hebron city.
The farmers who own the land stated that troops arrived early in the morning and uprooted the trees, when farmers tried to protect the trees the soldiers opened fire at them forcing them away.