The old woman said she would not leave the area where she was born and raised up, even if it is going to cost her a heavy price.
At least half a million Jewish settlers live in ten major settlements in the West Bank, which Israel occupied in 1967, according to reports.
The Israeli settlement is one of the thorniest final-status issues in the Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations as the Palestinians call for evacuating the settlements while Israel insists they cannot be torn down and works unabated to expand them.
Hawamdi said that armed Jewish settlers, protected by Israeli soldiers, attack the caves haughtily at daytime, destroy property and steal livestock in an attempt to terrify the residents and force them leave readily.
"All these actions by the Israeli army and the settlers will not weaken our will to resist and stay at our birthplace," Hawamdi said with persistence, "No one forced us to live here and no one can compel us to leave."
Special Report: Palestine-Israel Conflicts