[Tuesday at dawn November 19, 2013] A number of extremist Israeli settlers invaded Farâata village, west of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, burnt two cars and wrote racist graffiti. Local sources have reported that the settlers came from the Havat Gilad illegal settlement, close to the village, invaded it from the eastern part and burnt two cars belonging to resident Bahjat Mohammad Salman.
The settlers also racist anti-Arab, anti-Palestinian racist graffiti, including Price Tag and âDeath To Arabsâ.
The attack comes only two days after extremist settlers invaded Islamic graveyard in occupied Jerusalem, broke tombstones and wrote racist graffiti on tombstones and buildings adjacent to the graveyard.
Last month, settlers burnt two Palestinian cars and attacked a mosque in Beit Iksa village, northwest of Jerusalem, and wrote racist anti-Islamic and anti-Arab graffiti.
The attacks are part of repeated violations carried out by extremist settler groups against the Palestinians, their lands, property, and several Islamic and Christian holy sites in different parts of the occupied West Bank, and occupied Jerusalem.