Nablus, ALRAY - Dozens of Israeli settlers attacked on Tuesday Hawara Secondary School for Boys, south of Nablus, resulting in injuries.
The official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, said in a press statement, that dozens of Israeli settlers attacked Hawara secondary school with stones under the protection of Israeli army.
The Palestinian Red Crescent announced that three people were wounded in the attack, including the director of the Hawara School, and a student.
Local sources reported that stated that the mosques' speakers in the town of Hawara appealed to the citizens to confront the herds of settlers who are attacking the school.
It is noteworthy that the town of Hawara has witnessed, for two days, repeated attacks by settlers, targeting citizens and their homes, and burning agricultural fields.