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Settlers set homes, cars on fire in West Bank town after Israeli brothers shot dead

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Published: 28 February 2023

Last updated: 5 March 2024

400 settlers arrived at Huwara to protest the shooting of two brothers; rioters burned 30 cars, threw stones at vehicles; one Palestinian reported killed.

Israeli Settlers Rampage Through West Bank Town; Palestinians Report One Killed, Dozens Wounded (Haaretz)
Sources in the Israeli security establishment told Haaretz that settlers have also set fire to vehicles and houses in the Palestinian village of Burin, north of Hawara in the West Bank. The sources added that the settlers set fire to a pen with dozens of sheep. IDF soldiers managed to rescue some of the livestock.

Hundreds of settlers riot, set homes, cars on fire in Hawara after terror attack (Ynet)
Some 400 settlers arrived at the West Bank town to protest the killing of two brothers from nearby settlement shot at point-blank; rioters burned 30 cars, threw stones at passing Palestinian vehicles; Netanyahu urges calm

Settlers rampage in Huwara, torch homes, cars after terror attack (Jerusalem Post)
Israeli journalists Shahar Glick and Josh Breiner reported that a Jewish gunman dressed in black clothes and a military vest and helmet fired at them and threw stun grenades at them.

Palestinian said killed as settlers rampage in Huwara after deadly terror attack (Times of Israel)
Footage shows cars and homes set on fire in West Bank town where two Israeli were killed; Netanyahu, Herzog urge public not to take law into own hands

Two Israeli brothers shot dead in West Bank terror attack — IDF (Times of Israel)
Officials say gunman opened fire at Israeli-owned car in Huwara, killing Hallel Yaniv, 21, and Yagel Yaniv, 19; troops launch manhunt for attacker

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