On Saturday, Israeli colonizers, accompanied by soldiers, invaded Palestinian farmlands and destroyed crops belonging to Palestinian farmers east of Yatta town, south of Hebron, in the West Bank’s southern part.

Rateb al-Jabour, the coordinator of the Popular Committees against the Annexation Wall and Colonies in southern Hebron, told Wafa news agency that the colonizers brought their livestock to graze on five dunums of land in Al-Zoweidin area in Masafer Yatta.

The livestock damaged and ate wheat, barley, Chesnuts, and parsley crops owned by the Az-Zoweidi family.

Al-Jabour said that the farmers who tried to fend off the livestock and the paramilitary colonizers, before Israeli soldiers intervened and attacked the Palestinians to force them to leave.