Palestinian injured, cars damaged in settlers’ attack

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One Palestinian citizen suffered a head injury and three cars sustained damage on Friday when a horde of extremist Jewish settlers attacked local farmers in the occupied West Bank.

According to local sources, about 25 settlers, escorted by soldiers, hurled stones at Palestinian farmers from Beitin town in Ramallah during their presence in their agricultural fields in the nearby town of Burqa.

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One citizen identified as Sayel Derweesh suffered a head injury during the attack and three vehicles belonging to others from Beitin town sustained material damage.