Settlers attack farmers and prevent them from accessing their lands, east of Yatta

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Israeli settlers on Sunday attacked Palestinian farmers in the village of Susiya, east of Yatta, south of Hebron.

The coordinator of the Popular and National Committees to Resist the Wall and Settlement, Ratib Jabour, said that the settlers of Susiya, established by force on citizens' lands east of Yatta, attacked unarmed farmers from the al-Harini family in Wadi al-Rakhim and prevented them from plowing their land.

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A number of farmers were bruised in the attack, he reported. 

He added that this attack comes as part of a series of continuous attacks that settlers carry out against the citizens and their properties in Masafer Yatta, preventing them from accessing their lands with the aim of controlling it in the interest of settlement expansion, with the support of the Israeli occupation army.

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