Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Settlers Injure 3 Palestinians, including two children, aged 9 and 13, causing multiple fractures

Palestine News & Info Agency - WAFA

WEST BANK, August 28, 2012 (WAFA) – A number of Jewish settlers Tuesday attacked a Palestinian house, injuring two children, in Al-Lubban Asharqiya, a village south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, according to WAFA correspondent.
He said a number of settlers attacked the house of Majed Daraghmeh while they were trying to take over a water spring adjacent to his house, causing two children, 9 and 13, several fractures all over their bodies.
Forces arrested the owner of the house and his son.
In addition, settlers Monday night stabbed an elderly Palestinian from Khirbet Beer Al-'Ad, a locale south of Hebron, injuring him seriously.
Meanwhile, settlers burnt three cars belonging to Palestinians in an area in the town of Seir, east of Hebron.
Cartographer and settlement expert Abdul Hadi Hantash condemned this attack and all the Israeli attacks by forces, settlers and the Israeli civil administration against Palestinians.