On Thursday, paramilitary illegal Israeli colonizers chased Palestinian shepherds and farmers in the Khirbat Sakout area in the northern Jordan Valley of the occupied West Bank.

Update: The colonizers injured four Palestinian farmers and shepherds and gathered near the eastern entrance of the Ein Al-Baida village, leading to Khirbat Sakout.

Mo’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in the Jordan Valley and the Tubas governorate, said a group of colonizers started chasing the shepherds in the early morning.

Bisharat added that the colonizers attacked Fawzi Abu Motawe’ and seized his cows while ordering him to leave the area and threatening to shoot him.

A few days earlier, the colonizers established an outpost and set up barns for their livestock amidst fears that it would be the nucleus of a pastoral outpost on the stolen Palestinian lands.

It is worth mentioning that the colonizers attack and chase the Palestinian shepherds almost daily in many areas of the northern Jordan Valley, forcing them to leave the pastures before installing pastoral outposts on the stolen Palestinian lands across the region, including large fields of grazing grounds.