Two settlers attack the shepherds in Kisan with predatory dogs

Two settlers from the Ma’ale Amos settlement, which is built on the lands of Kisan al-Badiya village, about 20 km to the east of Bethlehem, fired wild dogs today at a number of Palestinian shepherds who tend their livestock In a large area of ​​the village.
One of the activists against the occupation and settlement said that two settlers crossed the borders of the settlement surrounded by barbed wire and attacked the farmers in order to intimidate and intimidate them and prevent them from reaching the village's wilderness.

This is not the first time that settlers have attacked the shepherds in the village, which is one of the Palestinian villages that contains the most livestock.

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