Israeli Jewish settlers closed on Tuesday, October 11, a Palestinian road linking the towns of Qasra and Jalud, southeast of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.
According to local sources, a group of Israeli settlers blocked the road between Qasra and Jalud with stones and rocks, attacking Palestinian vehicles.
The sources added that the occupation forces broke into the area to pave a way the settlers’ incursion, firing live bullets and terrorizing Palestinian families.
The Palestinian towns of Qusra and Jalud are subjected to frequent attacks by settlers who escalate violence during the olive harvest season.
According to figures published by Yesh Din in 2021, 42 violations were committed by Israeli settlers against Palestinians during the olive harvest season, including 13 physical attacks with sticks, stones, and tear gas.