Forty left-wing activists and Palestinian Arabs arrived on Sunday at an olive grove belonging to residents of Kfar Adumim, a mixed religious-secular communal Israeli settlement in the Judean Desert, and, according to police, they broke the fence surrounding the grove, Irsael radio reported.
Police arrested 8 activists on suspicion of attacking policemen. One police officer was injured from a rock thrown by the invaders, and received treatment.
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