Two Palestinian citizens were reported injured on Friday, November 25, after Israeli Jewish settlers attacked Qablan town, south of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
Palestinian local sources reported that Israeli occupation settlers threw stones at Palestinian vehicles and caused injuries to the Palestinian citizens Abdullah Abed and Yousef Shahrouj, south of Nablus.
The sources pointed out that settlers, protected by Israeli occupation forces, vandalized several Palestinian vehicles after targeting them near the Salman Al-Farsi crossroad.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) fired tear gas canisters at Palestinian citizens, forcing them to close their shops and flee.
Moreover, an Israeli bulldozer closed a number of the town’s entrances using sand barriers, the local sources added.
Israeli settlers, under the protection of Israeli occupation forces, have been escalating their attacks against the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank since the start of 2022, targeting Palestinian citizens, lands, and property.