On Tuesday, illegal Israeli colonizers injured two Palestinian citizens, burned agricultural land and a vehicle, and vandalized a water well, in various regions of the occupied West Bank.

In the northeastern part of the West Bank, Israeli colonizers attacked, on Tuesday evening, a Palestinian vehicle while it was driving on the Al-Ma’rajat Road, northwest of Jericho, injuring its passengers.

Meanwhile, dozens of illegal settlers invaded the village of Burin, south of Nablus in the northern West Bank, injured two citizens, and burned a vehicle and agricultural land.

According to Ahmad Jibril, director of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) Ambulance and Emergency Services in Nablus, transported two injured citizens, including a woman to hospital after colonizers assaulted them.

Media sources said that dozens of colonizers attacked Palestinian-owned homes in the village, burned lands planted with olive trees, assaulted a citizen and burned his vehicle.

It was added that another group of settlers hurled rocks at Palestinian-owned vehicles near the village, causing damage.

Furthermore, in the central West Bank, Israeli settlers vandalized a water well, and closed an agricultural road, near the village of Yasuf, northeast of Salfit.

In the evening, Israeli colonizers, under the protection of occupation soldiers, burned agricultural lands in the vicinity of the town of Burqa, east of Ramallah in the central West Bank.