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Jenin farmers say settlers released boars, dogs to attack livestock
Published Wednesday 02/04/2014 (updated) 05/04/2014 14:03
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JENIN (Ma'an) -- Palestinian farmers in Jenin on Wednesday accused settlers of deliberately releasing wild boars and stray dogs onto their land to attack livestock.

Farm owner Amal Labadi told Ma'an that "dozens of stray dogs and boars attacked my farm in the southern neighborhood of al-Yamun, killing eight sheep and wounding others."

Labadi said that several similar attacks have been reported in previous months.

Locals say settlers from the nearby Rehan settlement deliberately release boars and stray dogs to destroy Palestinian fields and attack farm animals.
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1 ) Brian Cohen / Israel
02/04/2014 16:41
Sorry, Maan. But April Fools day was yesterday.

2 ) Yewr / DM
02/04/2014 17:33
Boars lol and the pigs call themselves Jews

3 ) Maureen / Australia
02/04/2014 21:52
Wild boars, stray dogs and stray Zionist squatters. One mentality.

4 ) Rami / Palestine
07/04/2014 09:55
It's not as far fetched as it sounds. It is well known that the IDF would release dogs in the West Bank to viciously attack Palestinians or scare them into staying in their villages. As far as I know this tactic goes back to the first intifada.
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