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Settlers Attack, Injure A Palestinian Near Nablus

author Saturday May 11, 2013 19:29author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

Saturday evening, May 11 2013, Palestinian medical sources reported that a Palestinian man was injured after being attacked by extremist Israeli settlers who invaded the Burin village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.

File - Image By Radio Bethlehem 2000
File - Image By Radio Bethlehem 2000

The sources said that the settlers invaded the eastern area of the village, and attacked a number of residents, and that one resident was injured in the attack.

Local sources reported that clashes took place between the invading settlers and the residents who managed to force the settlers out of the village.

On Thursday evening, May 9 2013, a Palestinian man and his three sons were injured after a number of Israeli settlers hurled stones at their car near Nablus.

The settlers hurled stones at the car of Ibrahim Jamil, and added that he and his sons suffered moderate injuries. The man and his sons were moved to the Rafidia hospital in Nablus; the car was damaged by the attack.

Also on Thursday evening, several extremist settlers invaded the Beit Einoon area, east of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, and fired rounds of live ammunition at a number of homes.

Medical sources reported that at least one child suffered an anxiety attack after the settlers fired rounds of live ammunition at her parents’ home.

On Wednesday evening, dozens of extremist Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian cars at the entrance of Nabi Saleh village, near the central West Bank city of Ramallah, and hurled stones at them.

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