RAMALLAH, Premier Mohammad Shtayyeh Thursday evening condemned “organized settler terrorism” against the Palestinian people and property across the West Bank.
Premier Shtayyeh decried the “organized terrorism” carried out by Israeli settlers shortly after groups of hardcore settlers committed a string of attacks across the West Bank, including hurling Molotov cocktails toward two houses in Burin village, south of Nablus city, attacking a vehicle near the entrance of the same village and injuring a three-year-old child in his face, besides to attacking Palestinian vehicles at several junctions and roads in the northern West Bank.
He called on the new US administration to unequivocally condemn and immediately halt such attacks, committed under the watch of the Israeli army, take urgent actions to rein in Israeli colonial settlement construction, and implement the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334.
He also called on the United Nations to provide protection to the Palestinian people, and include settlers involved in such terrorist attacks on international travel ban lists.
Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA)