Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Jewish settlers caught and beaten after trespassing in Palestinian village

 Settlers injured during the Kfar Kursa incident on Tuesday. - Photo: Zachariah, Rabbis for Human RIghts
AP Palestinian surrounding Israeli settlers near
 "Nablus, January 7, 2013. Photo by AP
In the early afternoon, the Esh Kodesh settlers, some of whom were activists known to the police, arrived at the village of Kfar Kusra. The infiltrators, who were masked and wore gloves, were apprehended by the security detail of about 30 villagers, who surrounded them and began to beat them.

The incident lasted for about an hour. The settlers, who did not have telephones with them, could not request help. Eventually, the Kfar Kusra villagers handed them over to the Palestinian security services, who transferred them to the Israel Defense Forces. "

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