Israeli settlers injure Palestinian shepherd southwest of Jenin

Days of Palestine - Jenin

Israeli settlers injured a Palestinian shepherd today after they severely assaulted him northwest of the occupied West Bank city of Jenin.

Ibrahim Hamdoun, 66, from the village of Mareeha said that three settlers from the 'Mapudotan' settlement severely beat him while he was grazing his livestock near his home on his land, located near the illegal settlement.

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Medical sources said that Hamdoun was admitted to the hospital as a result of being severely beaten, which caused him moderate injuries, bruises, and bleeding, and his condition was described as stable.

Settlers’ attacks against Palestinian shepherds and residents is an almost daily occurrence.

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