Palestinians, settlers clash near Ofra in the West Bank

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 11, 2013 23:15

 
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Palestinians and settlers clashed near the settlement Ofra in the West Bank on Thursday, Army Radio reported.

Palestinians claim that settlers from the settlement Netzah Binyamin built caravans on land that belongs to the Palestinian village Silwad. Youth from Silwad burned the caravans in response.

Haaretz also reported that Palestinians said settlers hit a Palestinian with iron pipes, severely injuring him.

Israeli security forces interfered in the clashes.

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