Settlers shoot at shepherds

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Phone report by Hagit from Palestinian Sousya

The day before yesterday (March 15, 2020) a Jewish settler-colonist from Havat Maon fired shots in the air towards shepherds from Khirbet Tawane, who were grazing their flocks on their (Palestinian-owned) grazing grounds. Following the shots, three more settler-colonists arrived and an argument ensued. The Israeli army came and distanced the Palestinians from their own land. Why? Because they did not observe the orders of keeping a 2-meter distance between people.

In general Susiya inhabitants are staying home and trying to follow the instructions issued by the Palestinian Authority, which has declared a state of emergency for a month’s time.

There is food, and no virus carriers.

They miss us. And the world.