Settlers destroy Palestinian property in Nablus


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Hundreds of illegal Israeli settlers have gone on a rampage, attacking Palestinians and vandalising their property in parts of the Nablus Governorate.

Nablus official, Ghassan Daghlas says over 30 Palestinians were wounded, most of them from tear gas, and at least 140 vehicles were set ablaze, including an ambulance.

It’s understood the colonial settlers under the protection of the occupation forces tore through the areas of Huwara, Beit Furik, al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya and Burin last night.

The settlers hurled stones and set alight Palestinian vehicles, fields, homes and other property.

The Israeli aggression came in the wake of a resistance operation in which four Zionist settlers died.

The retaliatory strike took place near the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah.

It was in response to the Israeli massacre of *six Palestinians in the city of Jenin.

*since then, a seventh Palestinian has died. Fifteen-year-old Sadeel Ghassan Turkman died of her injuries this morning.


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