Four civilians injured in an attack by settlers south of Nablus

Four Palestinian civilians were injured today as colonial Israeli settlers attacked them while they were picking olives in their own land in the town of Jammain, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank, according to local and medical sources. The sources reported that two women, 67 and 66 years old, were injured with stones and pepper spray as the settlers attacked them, while a young man was bitten by a dog belonging to one of the settlers. A fourth Palestinian youth was injured when he fell on the ground while being chased by the settler vandals. The our injured were subsequently transported to a nearby healthcare center for medical treatment.

Source: Palestine News & Information Agency