Settlers assault young men with stabbing and pepper gas
Majed Fasfous, 39, was wounded in the head, after being stabbed by 3 settlers while he and his colleagues were working in West Jerusalem.
Majed Fasfous explained to Wadi Hilweh Information Center what happened to him, and said: “While I was in my workplace this morning, 3 people (settlers) came to me and asked me to come with them.I asked them who they were and what they wanted, trying to know if they are from the intelligence, and during that they sprayed me with pepper gas and I fell to the ground. My colleagues tried to help me, but they couldn't because they were sprayed with gas as well."
Fasfous added to the center that the settlers attacked him with sharp tools "a knife and blades" and they were able to hit him in his head, as he was also stabbed in the back where his coat was ripped. They also tried to stab him in the neck.”
Fasfous explained that his colleagues and the people present at the scene called the police and ambulance, and he was taken to the hospital where his head was stitched.
He also explained that the police investigated him in the field and in the hospital, and also asked him to go to file a complaint.
Fasfous denounced the mistreatment he had during his hospitalization, where the therapist asked him, "What have you done to them that they stabbed you in your head?
Amir Al-Dibs and Izz Mohammad Ali were sprayed with pepper gas and suffered suffocation and breaking issues.