Today, Thursday, an Israeli settler ran over a Palestinian woman in the Al-Aqrabaniya town, east of Nablus Governorate, in the northern occupied West Bank.
Ghassan Daghlas, the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, said in a press statement that a settler ran over the 48-year-old woman, Shafiqa Fayez Bisharat, in the town of Al-Aqrabaniya, and subsequently, she was taken to the hospital.
He stressed that “the settler deliberately ran over a flock of sheep on the road and chased citizens,” warning against “this dangerous behaviour against citizens by settlers and their vehicles.”
Today at dawn, Young Mustafa Yassin Filna, 25, from the village of Safa, west of Ramallah, was run over by a settler on his way to work in the occupied territories in 1948. He is married and the father of his one-and-a-half-year-old child.
Fellana’s death came shortly after the occupation forces killed Bakir Hashash (21 years-old) while storming Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus.
On Sunday, Hebrew media sources stated that the Israeli occupation army issued new instructions giving the green light to soldiers in the occupied West Bank areas to open direct fire on Palestinian youths who threw stones and Molotov cocktails.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the Occupied Territories has recorded 427 attacks by settlers in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, from January to November 2021.
According to Israeli (non-governmental) data, there are about 666,000 settlers, 145 large settlements and 140 random outposts in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.