On Wednesday at midday, Israeli settlers attacked Palestinians and their cars near the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
Ghassan Duglass, the Palestinian government’s head of Settlement Affairs in the northern West Bank, told local media that the settlers gathered at the road connecting Nablus with nearby villages and hurled stones at Palestinian cars and residents.
No injuries were reported in the attack but some cars sustained damage.
Duglass added that settler attacks on Palestinian famers and their property in the northern part of the West Bank is on the rise.
There are nearly half a million Israeli settlers living in West Bank settlements; all of these settlements are considered illegal under international law.