A Palestinian Family Is Brutally Attacked by Settlers, Then Interrogated by Police

Dozens of settlers swooped down on a Palestinian family tending its olive grove, throwing stones and beating them. Three Palestinians were wounded; the eldest remains hospitalized. When the family filed a complaint, they were interrogated for allegedly throwing rocks

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An elderly man is lying on an iron bed and covered with a synthetic blanket, in the living room of a stone house in a village outside Bethlehem. His eyes are closed, his face is a mask of pain, his head is bandaged, tubes protrude from his nose. He can barely speak, responding only with hand movements. Eating is nearly impossible because of fractures in his nose, eye sockets and skull. He has trouble sleeping and can’t stand without the support of his sons on both sides.



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