Settlers Attack A Resident In Hebron
Palestinian medical sources reported, Sunday, that one resident was injured after being attacked by a group of fundamentalist Israeli settlers near Yatta, in the southern Bank city of Hebron. Settlers also uprooted dozens of olive saplings near Bethlehem.
The sources added that resident Mohammad al-Adra, 33years old, from at-Tiwana village, was bleeding from his head after the settlers attacked him as he was plowing his land.
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