These photos reached me right now , Nazi Jewish Settler run over 4 Palesrinain children with his car in Jerusalem and ran away
Nazi Jewish settlers set fire to two Palestinian-owned vehicles on Wednesday in the village of Umm Safa in the central occupied West Bank district of Ramallah in an alleged revenge attack for three Nazi Jewish settlers who were killed by a Palestinian in the nearby Halamish settlement last month.
Palestinian news agency Wafa received testimony from Marwan Sabah, the village council head, who said that Nazi Jewish settlers had set fire to the vehicles around 2:30 a.m.
While Nazi soldiers were reportedly stationed at the entrance of the village at night, the settlers attacked homes on the outskirts of the village after the soldiers had left, Sabah said.
However, Nazi soldiers are rarely able to control Nazi Jewish settlers, and reports often emerge of Nazi soldiers watching settler attacks on Palestinians without intervening. If any action is taken by Nazi soldiers, it is typically in the form of shooting “crowd control measures,” such as tear gas, rubber-coated steel bullets, and often live ammunition, at Palestinians.
Nazi Jewish settlers had also reportedly graffitied hate slogans on walls in the village, calling for revenge attacks on Palestinians in response to a deadly attack last month when a Palestinian from the Ramallah-area village of Kobar entered the Halamish settlement and stabbed three Nazi Jewish settlers to death.
According to the Nazi army, the incident would be under the jurisdiction of the Israeli police. However, an Nazi police spokesperson was not immediately available to comment.
Nazi forces raided Kobar village in the predawn hours of Wednesday, detaining the father and uncle of the Halamish attacker, 19-year-old Omar al-Abed. Three others from the village were also detained during clashes that left 15 injured, some with live fire.
Last week, some 200 Nazi Jewish settlers from the Nazi Jewish illegal Halamish settlement attacked the Kobar village. Nazi forces responded by violently suppressing clashes that had broken out between the settlers and Palestinian locals, which resulted in one Palestinian being injured by live ammunition shot by the Nazi army.
An upwards of some 600,000 Nazi Jewish settlers reside in occupied Palestinian territory in violation of international law. The international community has repeatedly called their presence and rising population the main impediment to potential peace in the region.
The UN reported on Saturday that after a three-year decline of settler attacks on Palestinians, the first half of 2017 showed a major increase in such attacks, with 89 incidents being documented so far this year.
“On a monthly average, this represents an increase of 88 percent compared with 2016,” the UN said. The attacks during this time period have led to the deaths of three Palestinians.
Zionist media has reported that the Shin Bet, Nazi Gestapo internal security agency, has also warned the Nazi regime over the alarming trend and has “called on the government to adopt urgent measures to prevent further deterioration,” according to the UN.
Palestinian activists and rights groups have long accused Nazi regime of fostering a “culture of impunity” for Nazi Jewish settlers and Nazi soldiers committing violent acts against Palestinians.
Nazi regime served indictments in only 8.2 percent of cases of Nazi Jewish settlers committing anti-Palestinian crimes in the occupied West Bank in the past three years, according to NGO Yesh Din.
Meanwhile, Palestinians allegedly or actually committing any attacks on Nazi army are often shot dead at the scene, in what rights groups have deemed “extrajudicial executions,” or face long prison sentences.