Ata Jabber said that settlers attacked his home and family of six members and threatened to throw them out of their home and seize their land under the claim that it was an Israeli land.
Jabber’s house was taken by the Israeli occupation forces in 2000 for 36 days by military order. He filed several complaints and lawsuits against the occupation and settlers.
He has been suffering from settlers’ harassment and aggression from the occupation forces for the last 11 years in a bid to force him out of his home.
He called on human rights and humanitarian organizations to intervene to stop settlers’ attacks against him and his family and to help him live in peace in his home and on his land, which is threatened to be taken over by the Israeli occupation forces.