Israeli settler terrorism continues: Crops burnt in Ramallah, young man assaulted in Salfit

The ongoing wave of state-backed Israeli settler terrorism continued for the second week in a row today, with reports of Israeli settlers setting fire to lands planted with crops in the town of Turmus Ayya, as well as brutally assaulting a Palestinian young man in the province of Salfit, according to local sources.

In the village of Zawiya, in the occupied West Bank province of Salfit, rampaging Israeli settlers savagely assaulted a Palestinian young man and tried to amputate his finger, according to the sources.

Settlers also rampaged through the entrances of several villages and the towns in the Salfit province, but there were no reports of injuries among Palestinian civilians.

In Ramallah province, state-backed Israeli settler militias set fire to nearly six dunums of Palestinian-owned lands planted with wheat in the town of Turmus Ayya.

Naeem Abu Marzouk, a member of the Turmus Ayya Municipality, said that a group of Israeli settlers from a nearby illegal outpost set fire to wheat-planted lands owned by a Palestinian farmer from the adjacent village of Al-Mughayir.

Attacks and acts of terrorism against Palestinians by Israeli settler militias have seen a terrible rise across the occupied West Bank, including Jerusalem, since last week with a green light from the far-right Israeli government.

One Palestinian was murdered in cold blood last week and many others were injured in a savage attack by armed Israeli settlers on the town of Turmus Ayya.

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