West Bank: Palestinian tractor set on fire for ‘revenge’

A tractor was set on fire and vandalized in a Palestinian village in the West Bank. Police opened an investigation.
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This morning (Friday), in the Palestinian village of Burin in the West Bank, a tractor was set on fire and vandalized with inscriptions of the Star of David and the word “revenge” sprayed on it. Police opened an investigation.

Security cameras caught two people exiting their vehicle before lighting the tractor and leaving the scene. Meanwhile, Jewish worshipers who arrived for a prayer in the Palestinian village of Kifl Haris in the West Bank discovered that anti-Semitic graffiti was spray-painted in Arabic on the tomb of Joshua.

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Yesterday, a 23-year-old Palestinian was killed by a settler who opened fire at rioters who were throwing rocks at his vehicle. The incident occurred during a riot of approximately 200 Palestinians who were throwing rocks at Israeli cars passing the region. IDF forces called to the scene scattered the crowd.

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