Settlers Flood Palestinian Farm Lands near Hebron

06 Apr
12:35 AM

Illegal Israeli settlers on Sunday, flooded Palestinian-owned farms planted with grapes, near the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank, a local source reported.

Local activist, Mohammad Awad, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that extremist colonial settlers from Gush Etzion settlement bloc, built on Palestinian lands near Beit Ummar town, flooded sewage onto the grape orchards, with the aim of damaging crops.

Awad said that today’s flooding of Palestinian farm land with sewage is only one episode in a series of assaults by illegal colonial settlers.

It is worth mentioning that Israeli settlers, along with Israeli military forces on Sunday, blocked Palestinian farmers from having access to their land.

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Ali Salam

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