As I posted over a week ago, the palestinians seem to have backed down from blaming Israeli for deliberately releasing wild pigs to attack them, instead opting to blame it on the security fence.
Now we have a new argument from the palestinians: it’s because of Israeli policies.
Palestinian farmers in the Farkha village in Salfit were again complaining of the presence of wild pigs in the northern West Bank, which they said continue to ravage residential and agricultural areas.
On Saturday, the head of the Union of Agricultural Workers in Salfit, Khalil I’mran, said the boars “don’t attack nearby illegal settlements because they have security fences, whereas Palestinian farmlands are destroyed without compensation.”
Several farmers complained that the boars destroyed lands in the Al-Matwi area of the village, damaging plants there and terrifying locals. Residents have also been attacked, with some sustaining serious injuries.
I’mran appealed to human rights organizations to document the attacks, which he blamed on Israeli policies.
Israeli policies? Perhaps the pig’s natural habitat was disrupted by the creation of smuggling tunnels in Gaza, needed due to Israel limiting goods allowed into the Gaza Strip. Or perhaps it’s the pig’s way of releasing all that pent-up rage caused by Israel imposing age restrictions on Muslim worshippers allowed to go to the Temple Mount.
Notice also I’mran’s complaint that the pigs don’t attack Jewish “settlements” because they have security fences.
Security fences required due to the palestinian policy of employing terrorism to achieve their goals.