Settlers attack a Palestinian and steal his money west of Bethlehem

Days of Palestine - Bethlehem

Israeli settlers last night attacked a Palestinian resident of Housan village, west of the southern West Bank city of Bethlehem, and stole his money, according to the head of Housan village council, Mohammad Sabatin.

He said that three settlers attacked Nader Sabatin, 55, when he was at the entrance of the village, stole 25,000 Israeli shekels ($7600) he had with him, and attempted to tie him up and abduct him.

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He said the settlers ran away when village residents who were in the same area rushed to help Sabatin.

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