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PHOTO GALLERY: Protecting Palestinian farmers from settlers' terrorism




A child sits next to animals feeding from a trough at a Palestinian shepherd family s home in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

A horse feeds from a trough at a Palestinian shepherd family s home in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

Animals walk past a woman and children at a Palestinian shepherd family s home in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

A Palestinian shepherd woman feeds animals at their shack in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

A man speaks on a cell phone while lying next to sheep at a Palestinian shepherd family s home in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

A child sits next to animals feeding from a trough at a Palestinian shepherd family s home in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

A Palestinian shepherd fills animals feeding trough at their home in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

A Palestinian shepherd woman feeds animals at their shack in the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

israeli left-wing activists renovate an old cistern belonging to Palestinian farmers living near the hills of Samra east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley on December 22, 2023. AFP

An Israeli left-wing activist (C) embraces a Palestinian shepherd (R) as other colleagues (not pictured) renovate an old cistern belonging to Palestinian farmers living near the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley. AFP

Israeli left-wing activists renovate an old cistern belonging to Palestinian farmers living near the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley

Israeli left-wing activists renovate an old cistern belonging to Palestinian farmers living near the hills of Khalet Makhul east of the village of Tammun in the occupied West Bank s Jordan Valley. Photo: AFP

Peace activists are trying to protect and help Palestinian farmers in the Jordan Valley amid high violence by terrorist settlers from a nearby Israeli hilltop settlement trying to push Palestinians away from their land.