Articles Archive for 17 October 2012

Beit Ommar, Betlehem District, Farming, Hebron District, Settler Attack »

17 Oct 2012
Colonists Attacked Palestinian Land

On Monday morning, 15th of October, colonists cut plum trees close to the colony of Efrata. The trees belong to the farmer Abdalla Brigeet and the land area is between Efrata and Migdal Oz north of Beit Ommar. Both these colonies are built on Beit Ommar land.

A total of forty trees were cut this day, approximately one dunam of land. This is the first time Abdalla experience this kind of attacks from colonists.

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Beit Ommar, Hebron District, Soldier Violence »

17 Oct 2012
Palestinian Youth Beaten and Injured by Israeli Soldiers

On Monday 15th of October at 8 p.m. Ashraf Izzet Sabarna (19) walked, along with his sisters, from the village of Beit Ommar in the direction of their family home close to the Jerusalem-Hebron Road. When they passed the Israeli military tower at the entrance of Beit Ommar several soldiers from the Israeli occupation forces started to verbally harass Ashraf’s sisters.

When Ashraf reacted to this and asked the soldiers why they behaved like they did five soldiers attacked him. They kicked and beat him with weapons. Several residents of Beit Ommar were witnesses to the assault. Ashraf was sent to the hospital with a broken foot.

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Arrest, Beit Ommar, Child Arrests, Hebron District, Night Raid, Politics »

17 Oct 2012

On Monday 15th of October at 3 a.m. Israeli occupation forces came in ten military jeeps and two prisoner vans and raided four family homes in the village of Beit Ommar.

One child and three youths of Beit Ommar were arrested; Ahmed Ali al-Alami (17), Rifat Sadi al-Alami (18), Mutaz Yousef al-Alami (18) and Mohammed Sami Sabarna (22). Ahmed is still in school while the others are students at the university.

Three of them have never been arrested before. For Mohammed this is his second time in prison.