Israeli army seizes tractor from farmer in Beit Furik

Tractor stolen

The Israeli occupation army on Saturday night released a young farmer from Beit Furik town in eastern Nablus hours after detaining him and confiscating his tractor during his presence in Khirbet Tana hamlet near the town.

Eyewitnesses told the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that Israeli soldiers aboard a patrol vehicle stormed Khirbet Tana, prevented farmer Ahmed Attawil from working his land, and seized his tractor at the pretext that he entered an Israeli-controlled area classified as C.

The homes of Khirbet Tana are systematically destroyed by the Israeli army and its impoverished residents are exposed to persecution and arrest repeatedly every year.

In a separate incident, the Israeli army dispatched several troops to Beit Furik town to patrol its neighborhoods a few hours after soldiers clashed with local young men. No arrests occurred during the events.

(Source / 12.11.2017)

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