Jewish settlers carried out large-scale attacks on Tuesday evening, targeting Palestinian citizens and their property in different West Bank areas.
Local official Ghassan Daghlas said that settlers sneaked from Homesh settlement into Burqa town, northwest of Nablus, and attacked homes with rocks, causing damage to one parked car, before local residents fended them off.
Another group of armed settlers attacked Palestinian citizens and property in Jalud village, south of Nablus, injuring at least 10 local residents.
According to WAFA news agency, three Jalud villagers suffered from rubber bullet injuries fired by settlers and seven others were injured by rocks.
WAFA said that the settlers also used tear gas during clashes with the local residents, who tried to defend themselves and property.
Civil defense and medical crews reportedly evacuated a number of families from their homes during the settler attack in Jalud after dozens of citizens, including, children suffered from inhaling tear gas fumes.
In Jenin, settlers carried out a stone-throwing attack on homes and cars in Ya’bad town and blocked a nearby road leading to Tulkarem.
Local sources in Ya’bad said that settlers escorted by soldiers hurled rocks at homes and cars while chanting racist slurs and death threats against Arabs, adding that a number of vehicles sustained damage in the attack.
In Bethlehem, dozens of extremist settlers reportedly rallied in the evening near Teqoa town, but no attack on Palestinian citizens and property reportedly happened