Sources confirmed that on Sunday, extremist Israeli settlers lit fires in Palestinian homes in villages close to the Nablus city in the occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Red Crescent reported that over 100 Palestinians in Huwara, which is located south of Nablus, were hurt due to violent assaults from settlers and Israeli occupation forces. These assaults included a stabbing with knives, a Palestinian with diabetes collapsing, and 3 ambulances being attacked.
According to Ghassan Daghlas, a monitor of settlements in the northern West Bank, settlers burned down a Palestinian–owned house during a raid in the town of ‘Asira al–Qibliya which is located south of Nablus.
He stated further that the settlers marched in Huwara and proceeded to pelt stones at the residences in Beita, located south of Nablus.
He mentioned that the settlers had burned some houses, vehicles, and had pelted dwellings with stones.
Extremists from settlements invaded the towns of Qaryout and Burin.
Also, Palestinian–owned vehicles were pelted with stones by Israeli settlers on Sunday evening at the entrance of Yasuf, a village located to the east of the West Bank city of Yasuf which is under Israeli occupation.
Dozens of extremist Israeli settlers reportedly blocked the entrance to the village and pelted cars with stones, according to sources.