On Thursday, Israeli soldiers fired several rounds of live ammunition at a Palestinian car driving near the main entrance of Hares village, west of Salfit in the occupied West Bank central part.
Aisha Khatib, from the northern West Bank city of Nablus, said the soldiers opened fire at her car while driving near the Hares Junction.
Khatib added that three bullets struck her car, causing serious damage, but she survived the attack unharmed.
Khatib said that the soldiers did not try to stop the car or inspect it, or even detain her, yet they fired live rounds at it without any cause or justification.
Salfit governor, Lieutenant Abdullah Kamil, said the dangerously escalating crimes and violations by soldiers and paramilitary colonizers only strengthen the Palestinian will and determination.
Jamil called on the international community and all related human rights and legal groups to act and end the illegal Israeli occupation.