A group of extremist Israeli settlers burnt, on Wednesday at dawn, two Palestinian cars in Al-Jalazoun refugee camp, near Ramallah, and wrote racist graffiti on two more vehicles, the Palestine News Network (PNN) reported.The Israeli Radio reported that the army and the police are investigating the recent attacks that fall under the “Price Tag” attacks against the Palestinian and their property.
The Radio added that as the army arrived in the Al-Jalazoun refugee camp, the soldiers found graffiti that, among other things, read; “Price Tag”, “Migron”, “Death to the enemy”, “Revenge against the Arabs”, and “freedom for the homeland”.
Resident Hatem Abdul-Latif, from Al-Jalazoun, said that the settlers burnt his “Hyundai” that was parked in front of his home.
He added that the settlers also wrote graffiti on a car parked nearby and tried to burn it, but the residents chased them away.
Migron is an illegal settlement outpost, built on privately-owned Palestinian land; the outpost is scheduled for evacuation Wednesday.
Earlier on Tuesday at dawn, settlers burnt two Palestinian cars in Seer village, east of the southern West Bank city of Hebron and wrote racist graffiti that includes “revenge” and “Price Tag”.
Price Tag attacks have been carried out by the settlers dozens of times, and included burning holy sites, burning farmland and orchards, uprooting trees, and physical assaults against the Palestinians, in addition to hurling Molotov cocktails at Palestinian homes and vehicles.
On Tuesday, the Israeli Prosecution at the Central Court in Jerusalem filed indictments against eight extremist Israeli settlers who violently attacked a Palestinian in Jerusalem, on August 16, leading to serious injuries.
Another indictment was filed in the District Court in Jerusalem. The young Palestinian teenager, Jamal Joulani, 17, was attacked a large group of young Israeli extremists.
On Tuesday, Palestinian medical sources reported that several extremist Israeli settlers attacked a Palestinian home in Al-Lubban village, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and violently attacked the family wounding two children.
After arriving at the scene, the army went on to kidnap the father of the two children, and their older brother.
Also on Tuesday, Ismael Ibrahim Al-Adra, 65, was moderately injured after being attacked by a group of extremist Israeli settlers in Khirbit Beer Al-Ad area, near Yatta city in the Hebron district.
The sources said that the man was assaulted by eight extremist settlers near the illegal Mitzpe Yaer settlement, built on privately-owned Palestinian lands.
Nasser Qabaja, an official at the Red Crescent in the southern part of the West Bank, said that a Red Crescent ambulance transferred Al-Adra to the Hebron Governmental Hospital.
Qabaja added that the man suffered moderate wounds, and that the settlers focused their attack on the higher parts of Al-Adra’s body, including his head.
On Sunday, the Israeli Police and the Internal Security said that three Israeli teenage settlers were apprehended in connection to a Molotov attack against a Palestinian Taxi, south of Bethlehem, leading to six moderate-to-severe injuries.
The cab driver, a father, mother and their children, from Nahhalin town, near Bethlehem, suffered moderate to severe wounds.