Israeli pioneers assault shepherds in involved Bethlehem
Israeli pioneers, yesterday, went after various Palestinian shepherds in Bethlehem’s eastern involved town of Kisan.
Ahmed Ghazal, an individual from the town’s neighborhood gathering, let Safa know that a gathering of pilgrims had “attacked Palestinian shepherds close to the Ebi Hanahel settlement, based on the townlands.”
“Conflicts emitted between the locals and pilgrims, who terminated pepper gas at the Palestinian occupants, bringing about the injury of one of the pioneers,” Ghazal brought up, taking note of that the occupation specialists were arranging “to add-on the adjoining Palestinian grounds to the Ebi Hanahel settlement.”
Landowners, Ghazal added, had established their property “lately, before pilgrims obliterated crops and removed trees.”