According to the news broadcast on Palestinian state radio, Jewish settlers threw Molotov cocktails at a Palestinian family’s house in Sincil town, north of Ramallah.
While the household, including the children, were asleep, a Molotov cocktail caused the fire.
Eyewitnesses said that the owner of the house, Ahmed Avaşira, saved his family from the fire, but all the belongings became unusable.
Reaction from the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the “arson of the Palestinian family’s house”
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemned the burning of a Palestinian house in Sincil.
In the statement, it was informed that “terrorist elements threw flammable materials into the house where a family of 6 people was living, and these people miraculously escaped”.
Emphasizing that the responsibility for the attack lies directly with the Israeli government, the statement described the events as “insisting on escalating tensions and creating more tensions”.
3 Palestinians detained in Tulkerem
According to the news on Palestinian state television, Israeli forces raided the Nur Shams Refugee Camp in Tulkerem.
A gunfight broke out between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians, who surrounded a house in the camp.
In a statement made by the Palestinian Prisoners Association, it was informed that Israeli soldiers detained 3 Palestinians in the region and withdrew from the scene.
Tension in Nablus and Al-Aqsa Mosque
Two Israeli soldiers were wounded in an armed attack last night in the town of Huwwara in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus. Israeli forces had set up checkpoints in many areas around the city of Nablus and closed the city to entrances and exits.
Jewish settlers gathered at various points around Nablus also attacked Palestinian properties and vehicles; He broke the windows of a restaurant in the town of Deir Şeref. The owner of the restaurant, where the settlers sprayed pepper spray directly in his face, was also treated in the hospital.
In the town of Beyta, south of Nablus, a Palestinian broke his leg as a result of the attack by Israeli soldiers.
On the other hand, the Israeli police, by entering the Masjid al-Aqsa, forced out the Palestinians who were praying in the Qibla Masjid and were in Itikaf.
While the police detained two of the i’tikaf, they took the others out of the Silsile Gate in the Old City of East Jerusalem and tried to confiscate their phones.