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Wild pigs attack Jenin farmer; man blames separation wall

Oct. 2, 2009 10:56 A.M. (Updated: Oct. 2, 2009 2:00 P.M.)
Jenin – Ma’an – Medical sources at the Jenin governmental Hospital reported that 75 year-old Khaled Mustapha Al-Kilany from Nazlah Zeid village near Ya’bod village southwest Jenin was taken to Hospital after being attacked by a wild pig Thursday.

Zeid's relatives said he sustained bruises all over his body and may also suffer from internal bleeding after the pig attacked him in front of his home. The farmer in all his body parts after being attacked by the wild pig where he was standing in front of his house.

The man blamed the construction of the Israeli separation wall for the increase in wild pig attacks, saying the pigs are confined to the residential areas after the separation wall cut off access to much of the area's farm land.

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