A battle between farmers in the West Bank pits Israel against the United States

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Palestinian farmer Fares Samamra says he left his home with his family, after being attacked by Israeli settlers

The United States announced the imposition of sanctions on three Israeli settlers, for the first time, on two agricultural sites, as part of new measures taken by Washington and London to stop the violent displacement of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.

The knight of Samamara may not carry a weapon, but he has great world power to defend him. And he still lost the battle.

A Palestinian sheep farmer living on the sunny slopes of the South Hebron Hills in the occupied West Bank, his battle with his neighbour, an Israeli settler named Yinon Levy, has drawn the United States and Britain into the conflict.

“Yinon Levy came here three years ago and started harassing me,” Faris says.

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