Jewish settler attack on Palestinian shepherd family caught on video.
The Israeli human rights group, Bt'selem, handed out over 100 video cameras to Palestinians in these volatile areas in the West Bank to document examples of settler violence in the hopes that it will force the behavior to change.
BBC's description of the footage:
Over the brow of the hill walk four masked men holding baseball bats. To the right of the screen, in the foreground, stands a 58-year-old Palestinian woman. Thamam al-Nawaja has been herding her goats close to the Jewish settlement of Susia, near Hebron in the southern West Bank. Within a few seconds, she, along with her 70-year-old husband and one of her nephews, will be beaten up.As the first blows land, the woman filming - the daughter-in-law of the elderly couple - drops the camera and runs for help.
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