Thursday evening, a group of extremist settlers opened fire at five Palestinian workers east of the West Bank city of Nablus. No injuries were reported in the attack.

Yaser Mleitat, head of the Friendship Society for Development and Cooperation, reported that the settlers attacked five Palestinian workers at an agricultural project which belongs to the Palestinian Ministry of Agriculture in Tana area, east of Nablus.

Mleitat added that the workers noticed suspicious movement of the settlers who were infiltrating through close mountain.

The settlers, apparently when realizing they were exposed, opened fire at the workers who managed to escape unharmed.

Last year the Friendship Society started to rebuild farmers houses in Tana after being demolished by the Israeli army.

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