On Wednesday evening, illegal Israeli paramilitary colonizers attacked Palestinians in the Ein As-Sakout area in the occupied West Bank’s Northern Plains of the Jordan Valley.
Local human rights activist Aref Daraghma said at least twenty colonizers attacked many Palestinians from Tubas while picnicking in the Ein As-Sakout area.
Daraghma added that the colonizers hurled stones at the Palestinians and their cars, causing damage, and stated that Israeli soldiers were in the area but stood at a distance watching the assaults unfold.
In related news, Israeli colonizers bulldozed and uprooted large areas of Palestinian towns in the Deeriyya area in Kafr Ed-Deek town, west of Salfit in the central West Bank.
On Wednesday night, Israeli soldiers and colonizers attacked Palestinians, their homes, and their cars, before, causing many injuries and resulting in the burning of a Palestinian home in the Batn Al-Hawa neighborhood in Silwan town, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.
Also Wednesday, Israeli soldiers razed 50 dunams of Palestinian-owned land, and uprooted dozens of olive trees, in the southern part of Kifl Hares village, northwest of Salfit, in the central occupied West Bank, a local official reported.
The soldiers also demolished two structures belonging to Palestinians in At-Tour village, east of Jerusalem, and the Wadi Al-Jouz neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem.