11/19/18 | The Ramallah International Solidarity Movement
Investigating a colony attack reported at a house outside Mazra al-Qibliya, the inhabitants, along with ourselves, were attacked by a settler on November 18th.
The shelter began by entering the property and marking a gun. Residents responded by throwing stones while the colonel circulated, throwing seven shots in five minutes. My colleagues and I sank in while the last three bullets beat our heads.
Before the initial attack, we interviewed the villagers about an attack on their property, describing around twelve colonists coming in the middle of the night, armed with rifles, shooting fires in the air while vandalizing different parts of the property.
Near the house, I found all of their water-perforated tanks scraped around the broken property of the perimeter, and their television's antenna antenna was destroyed.
There were further signs of deterioration in the yard, including the attempted arson. One of the residents showed us a Molotov cocktail made from a glass of beer with a cloth inside. "He wanted to burn the apartment," he said, making a point to show us the front of the bottle: "From Israel Look, see that? Shandy, an Israeli beer brand.
Their property is less than two kilometers away from two Israeli settlements and an outpost, including the Kem Aâ € ™ erm settlement, where the attackers live.
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