Zio-Nazi Settlers attacked a Palestinian choir bus returning from a carol concert in Nablus on Saturday evening.
The singers, from Bethlehem Bible college, said five men attacked them on a quiet road outside of the northern West Bank city.
“A rock smashed through the window, and glass shattered everywhere inside,” chorister Saleem Anfous, adding that none of the 25 carol singers was injured.
“We kept driving and starting singing to cheer ourselves up and encourage the choir members,” he said.
“Tomorrow we will continue our carol tour of the West Bank in Jenin, using the same road, and we are afraid. But we are trying to convince the families that God will protect us.”
Hardline Nazi settlers have torched mosques near Ramallah, Jerusalem and Salfit since last Wednesday.
Zio-Nazi prime minister Benjamin Naziyahu rejected a recommendation to classify Zio-Nazi Jewish extremists as terrorists, and Zio-Nazi lawmakers were set to discuss a law to legalize illegal Zio-Nazi settlement outposts built on land owned by Palestinians on Sunday.
Extremists amongst 500,000 strong Nazi settler population in the West Bank and Jerusalem reference IsraHell’s measures against outposts in their revenge ‘price tag’ attacks, usually directed at Palestinians in the West Bank.