Settlers attack shepherds east of Bethlehem

Days of Palestine - Bethlehem

Israeli settlers on Wednesday attacked shepherds in the village of Kisan, east of Bethlehem, with predatory dogs.

The deputy head of Kisan village council, Ahmed Ghazal, said that the settlers of "Ibi Hanhil", which are located on the citizens' lands, attacked a group of shepherds with dogs and chased them until they reached their homes, where the citizens confronted them and forced them to retreat.

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Ghazal added that the dog's pred on a number of sheep, indicating that this was the second attack in less than 24 hours as Israeli settlers attacked the homes of Palestinian citizens with stones thrown.

It is noteworthy that the village of Kisan has recently become vulnerable to the barbarity of the Israeli occupation forces and settlers through the daily attacks of incursions, house demolitions, and notifications to stop construction and level the land and seize it.

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