A Palestinian man argues with an Israeli soldier during clashes near the West Bank village of Qusra, west of Nablus August, 9, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman - S1BETULXPXAB

A village in the Nablus district of the occupied West Bank has expressed outrage over the killing of a Palestinian farmer by an Israeli settler under disputed circumstances on Thursday.
According to locals, Mahmoud Odeh, 47, was shot by an Israeli settler while on his private agricultural land in the village of Qusra. He died shortly after at the scene.
Abd al-Atheem, a leader in Qusra’s village council, told Al Jazeera that Odeh – a father of 10 children – was a humble and talented farmer.
“The crops he harvested were so large they could feed an entire tribe,” he said. “He was a really good man who was killed in cold blood.”
The Israeli settlements of Migdalim and Shilo were built on land belonging to Qusra residents, and now border the village to the northeast and south. Three additional settler outposts were also established on the village’s lands in the …