Israeli Colonialist Settlers Injure Two Palestinians Near Nablus

23 Aug
11:40 AM

Medical sources have reported that two Palestinians were injured, on Thursday at dawn, after being attacked by illegal Israeli colonialist settlers near Nablus, in northern West Bank.

The sources said the two Palestinians, identified as Suleiman Edrees Qanni, 20, and Yahia Na’im Qanni, 23, were moved to Rafidia hospital, suffering minor wounds.

They suffered fractures and bruises in their arms and legs, after being repeatedly assaulted by the colonialist settlers.

The attack took place nearly 200 meters away from Za’tara Israeli military roadblock, south of Nablus.

Also at dawn, a group of colonialist settlers invaded the village of Orif, south of Nablus, and attacked homes and cars, causing property damage.

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