On Thursday night, illegal Israeli colonizers injured four Palestinians, including two who suffered serious wounds, in Kafr Thulth town, south of Qalqilia, in the occupied West Bank’s northwestern part.

The Palestinian Health Ministry said that four Palestinians were rushed to Qalqilia governmental hospital and that two wounded men sustained life-threatening wounds.

The Health Ministry stated that one of the seriously injured Palestinians sustained a skull fracture and added that another Palestinian suffered facial fractures.

The Israeli assailants came from the illegal Karnie Shomron colony, built on stolen Palestinian lands, and invaded the Arab Al-Khouli area east of Kafr Thulth; the colonizers also burnt a shed owned by a Farid Miqbil.

The attacked area is subject to frequent Israeli violations, aiming at forcing the Palestinians to leave their homes and lands to expand six illegal colonies and colonialist outposts in its northern, eastern, and southern parts.

The colonies are Maale Shomron in the northern part of the town, Elmatan in the east, and Nofim, Yakir, Immanuel, and Karnei Shomron in the southern part.

In Ramallah, in the central West Bank, a young Palestinian man was injured when Israeli soldiers and colonizers invaded Kobar village, north of the city.

The head of Kobar Village Council Shawkat Barghouti said a colonizer hurled stones at the young man, wounding him in the mouth, and added that the attack was carried out by more than 100 colonizers.

On Friday dawn, a group of colonizers, accompanied by soldiers, attempted to invade the Be’er Abu Ammar archeological area in Qarawat Bani Hassan, west of the central West Bank city of Salfit, before the soldiers intercepted.

Israeli soldiers attacked the Palestinians by firing several live rounds, rubber-coated steel bullets, and gas bombs at them.