Consider wars in which civilian population of an occupying country move into occupied land. For example,
- Russian population moving into Crimea, Mariupol or other Ukrainian territories.
- Israeli settlements in West Bank.
Assuming these populations are not carrying weapons and not actively engaged in combat, what is there status under Geneva convention or other international treaties? Is it acceptable for the forces of occupied country to target them? Can they be considered combatants/partisans for the act of occupying land/houses? What about the children among the occupying people?
 In practice, Israeli settlers have fired weapons, making some of them at least partisans. But let's keep that aside for the sake of this argument.