Settlers attack Palestinian vehicles, houses in West Bank
Israeli settlers also attacked a Palestinian house in the village of Ramin, near the city of Tulkarm, but were thwarted and forced out of the town by local residents.
No casualties were reported among Palestinian civilians in any of the attacks.
A group of Israeli settlers also rampaged at a section of the road connecting the villages of Deir Ammar and Kharbatha Bani Harith in the West Bank province of Ramallah.
Meanwhile, some Israeli settlers blocked road 60 east of Hebron city, south of the occupied West Bank, and pelted stones at Palestinian vehicles driving on the road.
The settlers also attempted to raid the house of a Palestinian citizen nearby and tried to block other roads in the area. There were no reports of casualties.
Although violence and vandalism by Israeli settlers are common in the West Bank throughout the year, attacks and acts of vandalism intensified during the past three days across the occupied West Bank.
On Friday, several Palestinian civilians sustained wounds and fractures in a predawn attack by Israeli settlers on Qaryout village, south of Nablus.