Israeli settlers attack Palestinian shepherds east of Bethlehem

Days of Palestine - Bethlehem

Israeli settlers chased Palestinian shepherds while they were grazing their livestock in the village of Kisan, east of Bethlehem, and attacked them with dogs.

Ahmad Ghazal, the head of Kisan village council, said that settlers from a nearby illegal settlement attacked a number of Palestinian shepherds from the village of Kisan, by throwing stones at them, which led to the injury of a citizen with a stone and unleashed their dogs towards them.

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The dogs reportedly attacked and injured several sheep.

Ghazal indicated that settler attacks on shepherds in Kisan have increased recently, in addition to the seizure of large areas of land.

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