14/05/13 A group of settlers set fire to agricultural land in the village of Beit Furik, east of Nablus, on Tuesday. There is a checkpoint at the entrance to the town and this, along with the efforts of the occupation army and settlers, prevented the villagers from putting out the fires
At the same time another group of settlers carried out a religious ritual at one of the farm wells in al-Khader village, near Bethlehem. Settlers got into the water, showing no respect for the fact that the villagers in al-Khader use this water, and raised an Israeli flag over the well.
In the village of Umm al-Qataf in Wadi ‘Ara, one of the ’48 villages, a group of settlers burned three cars and a bus and in Safed they defaced walls with hostile and racist slogans
Yesterday evening yet another group of settlers from the "Shiloh" settlement set fire to nearly 25 acres of land in the village of Qaryut. This land is planted with wheat and olive trees and settlers prevented villagers from extinguishing the fires.