Israeli occupation forces on Monday bulldozed agriculture farms owned by citizens from Yatta village south Hebron ciuty, West Bank.
Rateb Jbour, coordinator of the South Hebron Hills popular committee, said that numerous forces of the civil administration and the “Society for the Protection of Nature”, supported with tractors and military devices broke into the village of Yatta, and bulldozed land with 800 dunams width, and damaged all its crops.
Al Jbour said that the land connected the village with other surrounding villages, and was planted with winter crops of wheat, barley and others.
The lands were property of several Palestinian families from Yatta.
Al Jbour strongly condemned the successive aggression on the village and its land, which aim for ethnic cleansing and Israeli settlement expansion goals.
He called on all the international human rights organizations take action to end these brutal bullying by the Israeli occupation government.