Israeli forces seize livestock south of Hebron

Israeli forces confiscated about 100 sheep

Jerusalem24 – local sources reported that Israeli forces today, Monday, seized a herd of sheep in the Janba locality, to east of Yatta town, south of the occupied West Bank city of Hebron.

Fouad al-Amour, a local activist, told WAFA that the Israeli forces confiscated about 100 sheep belonging to Nabil al-Jabareen under the pretext that they entered a prohibited area.

Al-Jabareen told WAFA correspondent that the soldiers initially attempted seizing four herds consisting of 400 sheep, but shepherds were successful of retrieving most of them.

Janba is a part of Masafer Yatta, a collection of almost 19 hamlets to the south of Hebron, which rely heavily on animal husbandry as the main source of livelihood.

Israeli violations against the area include demolition of animal barns, homes and residential structures. Issuance of construction permits by Israel to local Palestinians in the area is non-existent.

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