Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Settlers destroy Beit Ommar farmer’s crops

This morning, Beit Ommar farmers arrived at their lands to discover that large areas of grape vines had been attacked by settlers from the illegal settlement of Karmei Tsur. The farmers immediately notified Mahmoud Ahmad Coql, who owns the destroyed fields.

In total, the settlers severed two dunums (two thousand square meters) of Mahmoud’s grape vines in fields near the illegal Karmei Tsur settlement.

Israeli authorities and the Israeli civilian police – upon seeing a number of Palestinians, press, and international activists – soon arrived on the scene accompanied by roughly twenty-five soldiers.

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  1. Why would he do that? Damaging private property, inappropriately harming businesses is illegal. Anti capitalist. Anti business. Wrong. Immoral.

    Israelis need to learn that this is going on and that their Israeli judicial system, Israeli police and IDF are not stopping it . . . even though they should

  2. <span><span>Why would he do that?"</span>  
    Why don't you ask your handlers? Those who pay you to vomit over here.</span>