Israel's settlers, on Saturday, attacked Palestine farmer as well as their family while they were drawing olives in the Jabal Jales area, east of the city of Hebron, in the Western Bank.
Local resident Rashed al-Tamini, who chose family olives, said that settlers from the neighboring illegal Israeli settlement attacked them with stones, spreading out some of these, including the children. No injuries were identified, according to WAFA.
Almost a few days ago, settlers and grown-growing olive trees belonging to Al-Tamimi's family were abolished in the same area.
Also on Saturday, the Israeli troops planted trees on the village of Urif, in the north of the West, by Israeli troops with live bullets and covered rubber, and with tear gas, by a local officer.
The Fateh Foundation, the Wall and Settlement Commission and the Palestine Authority's agricultural department, in Nablus, joined hands on planting trees on the Uprian village land threatened with the transfer of Israel.
However, even before the tree planting began, Israeli soldiers in the area boiled live bullets, rubber-covered metal rounds and tear gas in the collection, causing harassment and force operators to distribute and take cover, to avoid being hit, according to Ghassa Daghlas, from the Wall Commission and Resistance Settings.
The Uists are constantly attacked by Jewish fighters who support the army that is hosted in Israel, which lives in illegal settlements to the south of Nablus.
Medical sources said that three Palestinians had been injured from soldiers killed by live bullets, one reported in a serious condition and transported to hospital. Others were treated for rubber-covered bullet wounds and for tear gas breathes.