On July 4th, Tzviki Struk, a farmer in Israel’s Shiloh valley in Samaria was devastated to discover that sections of his vineyards had been vandalized by Arab terrorists.

Some 2,000 grapevines were violently hacked apart and thrown to the waysides by the terrorists who infiltrated Struk’s vineyard, likely on Friday night as Struk, his wife and their six children welcomed in Shabbat (Sabbath).

Aron Katsoff, a friend and neighbor of Struk’s commented that these types of attacks are becoming more commonplace. Katsoff estimates that a large-scale attack such as this occurs approximately every year to year and a half.


Source: Palestinian


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