The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported on Tuesday that two Palestinian children and an international were injured after extremist settlers attacked them in Tal Romeida neighborhood, the the center of the West Bank city of Hebron.
The agency stated that Yousef Hisham Al Azza, 10, his brother Sondos, 13, and an international present in Hebron in solidarity with the Palestinians, were attacked by the settlers who hurled stones, iron-bars and empty bottles at them.
Several school students were also attacked by extremist settlers while heading to school earlier in the day.
Hashem Al Azza, the father of the two children, said that soldiers are intensively present in the area, and surrounded the neighborhood in order to enable the settlers celebrate a Jewish feast.
The residents were not allowed to leave their areas and were barred from using several streets in the city.