Israeli soldiers, settlers storm village, injure Palestinian

PNN/ Nablus/

A group of Israeli settlers and soldiers on Saturday evening stormed the village of Madama, south Nablus city, northern West Bank, and injured one Palestinian in the head.

According to media sources in Nablus, the soldiers, and a group of settlers, invaded the al-Be’er area, in Madama, before one of them hurled a stone at a Palestinian man, wounding him in the head.

Local medics rushed to the scene, and moved the wounded man to a hospital for further treatment and checkup.

Clashes took place between the soldiers and settlers, and the Palestinian youths, after the settlers invaded a privately-owned Palestinian land, and installed a tent, to illegally seize the land and establish a new colonialist outpost.