Two Palestinian men sustained injuries today after being physically attacked by extremist Israeli settlers in the town of Burqa, to the northwest of Nablus, according to a local activist. Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors colonial Israeli settlement activities in the northern West Bank, said that a group of Israeli settlers from the colonial outpost Homesh assaulted two Palestinians, identified as Salah and Mahmud Froneh, while they were in their own lands, causing them injuries. The two were rushed to nearby Rafidia Public Hospital in Nablus for medical treatment. This was the latest in an ongoing wave of settler terrorism targeting vulnerable Palestinian communities across the occupied West Bank, with support and incitement from the hard-right Israeli government.
Source: Palestine News & Information Agency (WAFA)