A group of extremist Israeli Jewish settlers attacked Palestinian farmers in occupied West Bank and stole their olives.
Local sources in the occupied Palestinian city of Nablus, West Bank, said that a group of extremist Israeli settlers raided the Palestinian fields in Nablus village of Awerta.
The extremist Israeli Jewish settlers attacked the Palestinians farmers who picking up olives from their fields.
Gassan Daghlas, ant-settlement Palestinian activist, said that the settlers descended from the illegal settlement of Itmar.
“After attacking the Palestinian farmers, the settlers stole the produce of at least 420 olive trees in the village,” Daghlas said.
The olive fields are owned by the Palestinian citizen Ata Darwish, according to Daghlas, noting that the attacks of the extremist Israeli Jewish settlers against the Palestinian farmers and their farms has increased in the recent years.