The Washington Post, July 10 2016

In the Palestinian village of al-Mughayr, in the West Bank, remnants of flash bombs and sound grenades residents say have been tossed by Israeli settlers have been thrown to hang over wires. (Anne-Marie O'Connor/For The Washington Post)


settler attacks are designed to make Palestinians afraid to farm their land so it will be abandoned, declared to be under state ownership and turned over to settlements.

[...] “[...] You have to show who’s boss,” said Shlomo Fischer . “So the outposts come looking for a fight, marching into Palestinian villages, destroying olive trees.”