On Saturday evening, Israeli soldiers hurled stones at Palestinian cars near Salfit and Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank. Israeli soldiers also attacked Palestinians near Salfit and fired live rounds and gas bombs.

Media sources said many colonizers gathered at the western entrance of Hares village, west of Salfit in the central West Bank, and hurled stones at Palestinian cars, causing damage.

Omar Samara, the head of Hares Village Council, said the colonizers attacked the Palestinian cars in front of Israeli soldiers who also fired live rounds and gas bombs at the Palestinian to force them to leave instead of removing the assailing colonizers.

In Bethlehem, the colonizers attacked Palestinian cars at the main entrance of Tuqu’ town, southeast of Bethlehem, and hurled stones at Palestinian cars.

The street where the colonizers gathered and attacked the cars also leads to the nearby Janata Palestinian village.