Israeli Settlers set fire to agricultural land in Nablus

A group of illegal Israeli settlers set fire today to Palestinian private-owned agricultural land near the village of Beita, south of Nablus city in the occupied West Bank, according to local sources. 

Foad Maali, mayor of Beita, told WAFA that settlers from the illegal settlement of Tapuah, nearby, set fire to agricultural land belonging to farmers from the village, destroying crops as fire flames engulfed the land.

Yesterday, Israeli occupation forces attacked dozens of protesters taking part in a nonviolent protest Beita village against the illegal Israeli settlement activities.

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Illegal Israeli settlers are notorious for violence against Palestinians and their property, and are almost never prosecuted by the occupation authorities.

Source : Wafa