Israeli settlers terrorize two children east of Yatta and shoot at them

Days of Palestine - Hebron

Israeli occupation settlers shot at two children, east of Yatta, south of Hebron, yesterday, Thursday.

The coordinator of the Popular Committees for Resisting the Wall and Settlement in South Hebron, Ratib al-Jabour, said that a group of settlers fired live bullets at two children (12-13 years) from the Ahrizat family without injuring them while they were grazing sheep in Al-Musafir area east of Yatta.

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In a related context, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the Carmel area, east of Yatta, and raided a number of citizens' homes, searched them, and tampered with their contents, including the homes of Muhammad Rajih Hamamda and Ibrahim Shehadeh Makhamdeh.

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