West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli colonial settlers slashed the tyres of several Palestinian vehicles and spray-painted anti-Palestinian and racist graffiti in the occupied central West Bank city of Al-Bireh.
According to local sources, a group of Israeli colonial settlers broke into Al-Bireh and slashed the tyres of five vehicles owned by local Palestinians.
The Israeli colonial settlers also daubed racist graffiti in Hebrew on the walls of Palestinian homes, including slogans calling for "death to the Arabs."
A day earlier, Israeli colonial settlers carried out dozens of attacks against Palestinian citizens and their property in several villages across Nablus, Ghassan Daghlas, who is in charge of monitoring settlement activity in the northern West Bank, said.
Daghlas pointed out that more than 140 attacks by Israeli settlers were recorded on Sunday, including setting fire to six Palestinian vehicles, vandalising around 120 vehicles and attacking over 20 shops.
Approximately 666,000 Israeli colonial settlers now live in 145 illegal settlements and 140 outposts, built on vast chunks of occupied Palestinian territory across the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem, according to human rights groups.