by Saed Bannoura
A group of fundamentalist Israeli settlers attacked on Sunday two Palestinian children in Tel Romeida neighborhood, in the center of the southern West Bank city of Hebron.
Resident Mohammad Abu Aisha stated that a number of extremist settlers violently attacked, kicked and punched his sons Ibrahim, 12, and Waleed, 11, while Israeli soldiers in the area did not even attempt to intervene.
Abu Aisha added that one of the settlers even pulled a pocket knife and waved it in front of the children.
He said that the settlers are trying to scare the residents out of their homes so that they can occupy more homes and property in the area and annex it to the illegal settlements and outposts.
The settlers repeatedly attacked the residents, including elderly, women and children, and repeatedly attacked local Palestinian homes and shops.
Settler attacked have recently witnessed a sharp escalation, as Israeli settlers in different parts of Palestine attacked and dozens of Palestinian homes, vehicles and residents, and even burnt a number of mosques and a church.
The settlers also attacked property and vehicles that belong to members of the Israeli Peace Now movement, and even attacked an Israeli military base in retaliation to the evacuation of some random and illegal outposts.
SALFIT, (PIC)– Hundreds of Jewish settlers stormed the village of Kefel Haris at a late night hour on Wednesday and stayed till dawn Thursday under the protection of Israeli occupation forces, local sources said.
Hebrew media reported that 1400 settlers mounting tens of buses arrived in the village under tight IOF security measures then offered Talmudic rituals near an Islamic shrine before leaving in the morning.
Mamun Buzaya, a spokesman for the village’s municipality, said that IOF units stormed the village at night Wednesday, imposed a curfew, occupied rooftops of buildings, and established military barriers.
He said that settlers an hour later arrived in the buses and roamed the village streets while shouting and reveling, adding that they were in thousands.
Buzaya said that the settlers claim they were visiting Jewish religious shrines in the village, adding that they stormed the village 46 times during 2011 for the same alleged purpose.
Villagers told the PIC reporter that the settlers attacked civilian cars and property and threw garbage at their homes.
United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379, adopted on November 10, 1975 by a vote of 72 to 35 (with 32 abstentions), “determined that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination”. Under pressure from the Jewish lobby and Jewish groups the resolution was revoked by Resolution 46/86 on December 16, 1991. In the history of the UN, this is the only resolution that has ever been revoked which in itself shows the power and influence of the Jew.