Palestinians set fire to Nazi military checkpoint

 Palestinians set fire to Nazi military checkpoint in the occupied West Bank town of Huwara during the funeral of 19-year-old Labib Damidi, who was killed last night during a settler attack — it is not clear whether by Nazi JEWISH settlers or soldiers.
Dozens of Nazi JEWISH settlers — including one member of Knesset — entered the Palestinian town last night to set up a Sukkah (a special hut used during the Jewish festival of Sukkot), following a shooting attack on an Zionist family driving through the town earlier in the day; the gunman was shot dead at the scene by Israeli forces.
Several of the settlers proceeded last night to attack Palestinian homes and stores, with Nazi soldiers firing at Palestinians who threw stones to protect themselves and their property. The Palestinian Red Crescent reported that 51 Palestinians were wounded overnight in Huwara, mostly from tear gas inhalation. Nazi military curfew on the town remains in place.
Two more Palestinians were also shot dead by Nazi soldiers earlier yesterday during an army raid in the Tulkarem area.

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