Haaretz, Mar. 13, 2017

 

After living in the south Hebron Hills for generations, the Abu Qubeita family stands accused of trespassing on its traditional grazing lands.

 

 

Mahmoud Abu Qubeita hurried to the site, which was near the main road and the path leading to the ranch. He knew that he had to prevent a confrontation. That’s exactly what the Jewish neighbors want, so that there would then be a “security” excuse to expel the entire family.

[...] The Judea and Samaria Police spokesman told Haaretz, “At issue are mutual complaints that both sides filed against each other for assault and trespassing. Both complaints will be examined.”

The spokesman failed to answer whether the Israeli complainant had also been arrested, questioned, given a trial summons and asked to pay bond to be released.