Israeli colonists attack village east of Ramallah, set fire to a livestock shed

RAMALLAH: Israeli colonists, backed by Israeli forces, attacked the village of Burqa to the east of Ramallah tonight and set fire to a livestock shed. The head of the Burqa Village Council, Sayel Kanaan, told WAFA that colonists attacked the village from the northern and western sides, and set a shed used for raising sheep ablaze. The shed belongs to a local resident. The colonists also tried to break into a house on the northern side, in addition to other houses on the western side of the village. According to the official, Israeli forces joined in on the attack, firing sound bombs and toxic tear gas at the villagers. No injuries were reported. Source: Palestine News and Information Agency – WAFA

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