Israeli youth have allegedly attacked several cars owned by the Palestinian Authority and repaid for the murder of an Israeli woman in an alleged shot and incident near the Israeli city of Havat Gilad in Samaria last week.
Hava Roizen died after being hit by a car driven by an Arab taxi driver who then surrendered to the police of the Palestinian Authority in Shechem [Nablus]. The Israeli security forces believe the incident was an accident and not a deliberate terrorist attack, although the Roizen family and the Samaria Regional Council claim that the evidence suggests that Roizen's death was intentional.
According to the official mouthpiece of the Palestinian Authority Ma & # 39; an News Agencythree residents of the Palestinian Authority were injured when attackers, who were described as Israelis from the Samaria city of Yitzhar, stoned their car near Shechem.
"When I returned from Ramallah to Tulkarem, my two children and I were attacked by at least 15 masked Israeli settlers who blocked the road ahead and surrounded the vehicle, preventing us from moving," said Munther Abdelhafez Mousa, describing how his sons Tareq, 13 and Mohammed, 4, were injured by broken glass.
Ma & # 39; an also reported that settlers reportedly had damaged as many as 40 cars and were engaged in other vandalism.
The leftist NGO B & # 39; Tselem claimed that hundreds of olive trees in PA villages of Arraba and Luban a-Sharqiya were uprooted Friday, followed by a similar incident in Ras Karkar in which Hebrew graffiti was found.
According to the left-wing Ir Amim organization, 15 vehicles in the largely Arab district of Issawiya in Jerusalem had pierced their tires on Saturday night. Graffiti reading "Jerusalem Arabs are terrorists, Havat Gilad" was found in the neighborhood.