News sources said on Thursday that the Israeli military have warned local farmers in northern West Bank that they will be charged with a 1,700 USD fine if they bring international activists to their lands.
Farmers from village near Nablus told the Palestinian News Agency Maan that troops stooped them on Thursday morning while being escorted by international activists and informed them of the new law. Famers say that international activists presence allow s them to reach their lands near Israeli settlements.

Since the start if the olive harvest season earlier this week military and settlers attacks on farmers are reported on daily bases. On Monday the military told farmers in the region that they are not allowed to host international activist in their homes.