West Bank (QNN)- The Israeli army on Monday confiscated irrigation systems in the village of Jiftlik in the Jordan Valley, while settlers set up a mobile house on Palestinian land in southern Hebron.
Activist Aref Daraghmeh said Israeli soldiers stormed the village of Jiftlik and confiscated irrigation systems from 40-dunum grapes and palm farms owned by the citizens Munir Nasasrah and Ibrahim Salem.
Meanwhile, Israeli settlers set up a mobile house on land in the village of Tawani in southern Hebron.
Fuad Omour, an activist in the protection and resistance committees in the village, said settlers from nearby illegal settlements set up a mobile house next to a tent that they set up yesterday.
On the other hand, dozens of citizens and activists set up a solidarity tent to back the villagers in their fight against settlers.