Israeli Colonizers Attack Palestinians West of Hebron

12:00 Mar 4 2023 Tarqumiyah (ترقوميا) and Israel's Telem settlement (תֶּלֶם)

Israeli Colonizers Attack Palestinians West of Hebron
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by IMEMC News
March 5, 2023

On Saturday, paramilitary illegal Israeli colonizers attacked many Palestinian farmers on their lands in the Al-Hardash area in Tarqoumia town, west of Hebron, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Suleiman Ja’afra, a nonviolent activist with the Wall & Colonization Resistance Committees, said the colonizers came from the illegal Telem colony built on stolen Palestinian lands in Tarqoumia.

Ja’afra added that the colonizers assaulted several farmers from the local Qa’qour and Al-Muraqtan families while working on their lands and tried to uproot trees before the locals intercepted them and forced them to leave.

It is worth mentioning that Israeli soldiers invaded the area and attacked the Palestinians who were defending their lands.

Israeli colonizers’ attacks in the Al-Harsh area have escalated seriously, especially since the colonies are trying to expand the illegal colonies and colonialist outposts.

On Saturday evening, Israeli soldiers attacked a funeral in Beit Ummar town, north of Hebron, wounding several Palestinians.

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