A group of fundamental Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian villagers of the Qaryout village, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and wounded six of them. The residents were picking their olive trees in the area. The settlers prevented the villagers from picking their olives and violently attacked them.
Three residents were wounded by the settlers, and three others were wounded by Israeli soldiers who fired gas at them.
Medical sources reported that Isra’ Rawhi Boom, 24, was wounded in her face, Mohammad Midbil, 70, suffered concussions and bruises to several parts of his body, and Bashar Sadeq, 27, was wounded in his head.
Three residents identified as Hani Kassab, 50, Jawad Badawi Boom, 32, and Mohammad Awad suffocated after inhaling gas fired by the army and were moved to a local clinic.
In related news, Israeli soldiers kidnapped three residents at a military roadblock near the northern West Bank city of Jenin.
The three, Ashraf Ja’far, Wisam Hanaisha and Riziq Ararawi, are students at the Al Najah University in the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
In Salfit, Israeli settlers drove a big truck and dumped a black material that has a very bad smell that causes dizziness and headache, and burnt it in an agricultural land that belongs to villagers of Qarawat Bani Hassan village.
Several olive trees were burnt before Palestinian firefighters managed to put the fire off.
In Hebron, in the southern part of the West Bank, soldiers invaded Al Arroub refugee camp broke into a number of homes and kidnapped three residents.