Israeli settlers set fire to Palestinian cars near Nablus
Israeli settlers burnt two Palestinian cars near Nablus (Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP)
Settlers torched two Palestinian cars in the Nablus village of Madama on Wednesday in an apparent revenge attack after a group of settlers was held captive by villagers in Jalud a day earlier.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors settlement activity, told Ma'an that a group of masked settlers exited a car by a bypass road in Madama and set fire to the vehicles.
The cars were owned by Rami Nassar and Samih al-Qit.
The attackers also sprayed "racist price tag" at the scene before fleeing.
Several signs were also found at a crossroads near Zatara village threatening Palestinians from Qusra and Jalud.
On Tuesday, villagers in the Qusra and Jalud area managed to apprehend a group of settlers who had attempted to attack them and their property, holding them for several hours in a house.
The settlers, who were from the illegal outpost of Esh Kodesh, were later transferred to Israeli security forces after the villagers called PA liaison officials.
The settlers were from a nearby illegal outpost called Esh Kodesh.
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