Zionist settlers vandalize Palestinian cars in West Bank
TEHRAN (IQNA) – In the latest incident of vandalism and violence against Palestinians, a group of extremist Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian vehicles at an Israeli military checkpoint in the occupied West Bank, local media reported.
The official Palestinian news agency Wafa, citing local sources, reported on Sunday that the latest assault took place on Saturday evening near the Tayseer military checkpoint, east of Tubas in the northeastern Israeli-occupied West Bank. .
Muataz Besharat, a local anti-settlement activist, said settlers physically attacked Palestinians, pelted their vehicles with stones and smashed windshields.
The attack comes as settlers seek to establish a new outpost in an Israeli military camp erected on the lands of Palestinian citizens in the region.
According to human rights groups, acts of sabotage and violence perpetrated by extremist Jewish settlers against Palestinians and their property are a daily occurrence throughout the West Bank.
Israeli human rights group B’Tselem released two videos last month showing armed Israeli settlers and masked Zionists fatally shooting Palestinians who posed no danger to them, while soldiers in the Tel Aviv regime stood with folded arms.
In April, UN human rights experts warned that violence by Israeli settlers against Palestinian civilians in the West Bank had increased dramatically in recent months, with assaults and destruction of property occurring amid an atmosphere of violence. ‘impunity.
They said the settler violence was primarily ideologically motivated and primarily designed to grab land, but also to intimidate and terrorize Palestinians.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian Authority official tasked with monitoring Israel’s settlement expansion activities, said earlier this year that Israeli settlers were forming terrorist cells in the West Bank to carry out attacks and acts of terror against the Palestinian civilian population in the occupied territories. .
The Palestinian Authority has repeatedly condemned in the strongest terms the price-tag attacks by Israeli settlers on places of worship and worshipers, describing the attacks as a dangerous precedent for a religious war in the region with the aim of to promote Talmudic stories.
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has already called on the international community to take effective measures aimed at putting an end to these desecration of places of worship in the occupied Palestinian territories.
More than 600,000 Zionist settlers live in more than 230 settlements built since the 1967 Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and East Al-Quds.
All Israeli settlements are illegal under international law.