Settlers Burn Farmland

What is affected
Land Private
Type of violation Demolition/destruction

Environmental/climate event
Date 04 December 2011
Region MENA [ Middle East/North Africa ]
Country Palestine
Location Homesh village, West Bank

Affected persons

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Men 1
Women 0
Children 0
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Brief narrative

Jewish settlers burn Palestinian farmland, abduct old shepherd by occupiedpalestine 05/12/2011 JENIN, (PIC)–

Jewish settlers burnt Palestinian farmland in the location of the evacuated settlement of Homesh south of Jenin city and tried to attack nearby Palestinian homes, local sources said. Eyewitnesses said that the settlers blocked the road in the area under the eyes of the Israeli occupation forces, who did not act to stop them, before starting their rampage. They said that Jenin fire brigades extinguished the fire before spreading in the area, adding that the settlers routinely wreak havoc in the area in an attempt to rebuild the settlement. Meanwhile, another group of settlers abducted an old Palestinian shepherd after beating him up near Orif village south of Nablus city on Monday evening. Fawzi Shehade, the chairman of the municipal council in Orif, said that the settlers assaulted Salim Eshahde, 60, while rearing his sheep near the village’s secondary school and then took him away along with 50 of his sheep heads, which were grazing in the area.

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