Israeli soldiers told the farmer to get work permits from nearby Israeli settlement. A farmer asked: “Do we need permits to work in our farms?” An Israeli soldier beat him and threw him onto the ground
Israeli occupation troops forced Palestinian farmer on Saturday out of their farms south of occupied West Bank village of Kisan, village council said.
Head of the Village council Ahmad Ghazal said that the Israeli occupation forces threatened to arrest the farmers if they did not leave.
According to Ghazal, the Israeli occupation forces raided the village and prevented the farmers from working in their farms, saying they did not have permits.
One of the farmers, he said, asked the Israeli occupation forces: “Do we need permits to work in our farms?” So that, a soldier beat him and throw him onto the ground.
Ghazal said that the farmers were ordered to get a permit from the Israeli security at the nearby Gush Etzion settlement bloc, south of Bethlehem.
The land in question is around 100 dunums in area and owners have been working and planting their land with crops for tens of years. They also have documents that prove ownership of the land.
(Source / 22.12.2019)