Sunday saw masked Israeli settlers from the illegal outpost of Homesh launching an attack on homes and Palestinians of nearby Burqa, a Palestinian village in the northern West Bank.
Footage taken from surveillance cameras spread by Peace Now, an organization that monitors settlements, clearly revealed a group of about a dozen masked settlers invading Burqa, some carrying sticks and some pelting stones at buildings.
Local sources reported that a group of settlers launched an assault on the western district of Burqa, damaging property and wrecking numerous vehicles.
A large group of Palestinians stood against Israeli settlers, leading to a conflict. The Israeli occupation forces hastily arrived at the scene to protect the settlers, shooting bullets, stun grenades and tear gas.
Palestinian ambulance crews dealt with 23 injuries, including shrapnel injury to the leg and 22 cases of gas suffocation.