Illegal Israeli colonizers carried out a series of attacks against Palestinian citizens and their property in several incidents across the occupied West Bank, on Friday, with security provided by the army.

On Friday morning, illegal Israeli colonizers invaded, under army protection, the “Shahwan Synagogue” archaeological site near the Ein al-Sultan camp, northwest of Jericho in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

North of Jericho, a group of settlers assaulted, in the evening, a Palestinian citizen, causing various injuries, in the “Ras Ain Al-Auja” area, after which he was transported to hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, dozens of colonizers marched, on Friday morning, raising the flag of the occupation state of Israel, near the town of Rawabi, north of Ramallah in the central West Bank.

Media sources said that dozens of illegal settlers from the nearby “Ateret” colony, built on expropriated Palestinian lands, while occupation forces erected a flying military roadblock, impeding the movement of Palestinian citizens, to secure the settler march.

East of Ramallah, illegal Israeli colonizers burned several Palestinian-owned vehicles, and a large plot of agricultural land in the village of Burqa, on Friday afternoon.

According to Sayel Kanaan, the head of the Burqa Village Council, a group of settlers set fire to vehicles and Palestinian-owned agricultural lands, destroying many vehicles.

Kanaan added that occupation forces stormed the village, to provide security for the settlers, and opened fire at Palestinian citizens with live ammunition; no injuries were reported.

In the villages of Deir Dibwan and Beitin, east of Ramallah, several Israeli settlers ignited fires on lands near Palestinian-owned homes, in the afternoon, while soldiers blocked citizens from extinguishing the fires.

In related news, Israeli forces abducted a Palestinian shepherd, Khalil Al-Harini, on Thursday night, after he was assaulted by illegal Israeli colonizers in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank.