At least one farmer Palestinian was injured yesterday as Israeli settlers attacked several of them working in a farm near the village of Beitin, northeast of Ramallah in the West Bank.
Palestinian news agency (WAFA) reported that 25 Jewish settlers protected by an Israeli army force broke into the farm, physically assaulted some of the farmers and injured one of them in the head.
The settlers also attacked vehicles belonging to local Palestinian citizens and smashed their windshields, the report added.
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