West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli colonial settlers have attacked Al-Mazra'a al-Qibliya in the occupied West Bank and set fire to chunks of farmland, under the protection of the Israeli occupation army.
Local sources said that dozens of Israeli colonial settlers, accompanied by Israeli occupation forces, violently attacked local citizens and set their lands on fire after breaking into an area in the west of the village, northwest of Ramallah.
Meanwhile, Israeli occupation soldiers fired tear gas at local young citizens as they were trying to defend themselves against the settlers' attack.
On Monday, the Israeli occupation army demolished a Palestinian home in the same village while Israeli colonial settlers embarked on establishing an illegal outpost in the area.
Israeli colonial settlers have stepped up their attacks against Palestinian citizens and their property in the occupied West Bank, under the protection of the Israeli occupation army.
Nearly 700,000 Israeli colonial settlers now live in more than 250 illegal settlements and outposts across the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem in violation of international law.