Palestinians, foreign journalists injured in Israeli settlers’ attack near Hebron

Two Palestinians and two foreign journalists were injured and left with bruised in an attack by Israeli colonial protected by Israeli occupation forces near the village of Susya, south of Hebron.

Local sources told WAFA that a group of colonialists assaulted elderly resident Ali Mohammad Sabah Abu Ali, 70, while he was returning to his home in the village of Manizil in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, leaving him with bruises and wounds all over his body.

Colonists disguised as the occupation forces and a number of occupation soldiers also assaulted and beat local resident Saeed Al-Amour in the village of Al-Rakeez, and a number of foreign journalists, causing them to sustain bruises.

The occupation forces also searched al-Amour’s house in the village and damaged its contents. The occupation soldiers seized their mobile phones.

Source: Palestine news and Information Agency – WAFA