Jewish settlers set fire to Palestinian vehicle, stone homes - Yesh Din

"Before setting fire to the vehicle, the settlers stole agricultural equipment from the village."

Settlers throw stones in Kusra (video credit: Kusra village council)
Settlers set fire to a vehicle and stoned homes in Kusra, near Nablus, in Samaria on Saturday, according to Yesh Din, a left-wing group.
The settlers from neighboring communities “torched a Palestinian vehicle and later entered Kusra and threw stones at residents and homes,” it said.
“Before setting fire to the vehicle, the settlers stole agricultural equipment from the village,” Yesh Din said.
Palestinians responded by throwing stones at the settlers and Jewish extremists, it said, adding that “mutual stone-throwing ensued.”
Soldiers arrived at the scene and fired tear gas at the Palestinians, Yesh Din said.
The IDF did not respond to press queries regarding the incident.
The area around Kusra has often been the site of violence between settlers and Palestinians.