Palestinian sources said that Israeli settlers fired on Tuesday midday home made shells at the village of Buren located near the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

Local sources said that the two shells landed on open areas near a local farmer house, casing no injures or damage.

Khier Abu Amran, from the local civil defense department in the village told IMEMC that the settlers fired the home made shells from the nearby settlement of Brakha, which is built on the village land.

He added that Israeli troops invaded the village and took the remains of the shells that were collected by the villagers.