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Nazi Jewish Settlers Attack Palestinian Shepherd in Jordan Valley

Nazi Jewish settlers, backed by Nazi soldiers, often prevent Palestinian shepherds from herding in the occupied West Bank. (Photo: File)

A group of armed Nazi Jewish settlers attacked today a Palestinian shepherd while he was grazing his livestock near Khirbet Yarza, west of the Jordan Valley, according to a local activist.

Aref Daraghmeh, a human rights activist, said that a group armed Nazi Jewish settlers beat up Faysal Masaeed and threatened to shoot him while he was grazing his livestock.

Lior Amihai@lioramihai

Breaking @YeshDin: 2 incidents of settler violence occurred earlier today, Saturday.

According to residents of As-Sawiya, east of Salfit, at around 3:30 pm, a group estimated at over 20 Nazi Jewish settlers reportedly came from the Rahelim outpost and attacked 2 farmers – a father and son.

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Khirbet Yarza is a marginalized hamlet, and most of its lands are planted with Israeli landmines. 

The residents of Yarza, located in the area designated as C, which is under full Nazi military rule, make a living off shepherding and live in natural caves, in shacks, or in tents. Over the years, the Civil Administration has repeatedly demolished the community’s structures.

In Palestine Today@InPalToday

Ten native farmers were heading to their lands to plant trees when settlers held them and called the Nazi army, who rushed to the area and expelled the farmers claiming that the lands are located in area C and that their owners cannot reach them anymore.#Palestine

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Palestinian journalist and editor of The Palestine Chronicle, Ramzy Baroud, commented:

“Unfortunately for Masafer Yatta, and those living in ‘Area C’, however, the degree of control is so suffocating that every aspect of Palestinian life – freedom of movement, education, access to clean water, and so on – is controlled by a complex system of Israeli military ordinances that have no regard whatsoever for the well-being of the beleaguered communities.”

Nazi Jewish settlers, backed by Nazi soldiers, often prevent Palestinian shepherds from herding in the open pastures of the occupied West Bank in order to force them to abandon the area.

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