Colonial Israeli settlers attacked Wednesday, September 27, Palestinians’ vehicles near the Beit Eil Israeli settlement, which is built on Palestinian lands east of occupied Ramallah.
The settlers threw stones at the vehicles, inciting disorder and public disturbances along the road leading to the city of Jerusalem, near the village of Mikhmas, causing significant disruption to the flow of traffic.
The settler attacks followed the evacuation by occupation forces of the settlement outpost that had been established on the Palestinians’ lands in the village of Deir Dibwan, east of Ramallah.
Separately, Israeli armed settlers launched a violent assault on Palestinian farmers in the village of Umm Safa, northwest of Ramallah, under the protection of the occupation forces.
The occupied West Bank, including Jerusalem, have been witnessing a marked escalation of Israeli crimes and settler-instigated violence against Palestinian citizens and properties, flashing heightened tensions across occupied Palestine.
Last August, Israeli occupation forces and settlers, were responsible for a staggering 3,180 violations against Palestinian citizens in different cities across the West Bank, including Jerusalem, revealed statistics released by the Palestinian Information Center.