There were four vehicles whose tires were punctured and one had a Star of David painted on it.
"Soldiers who arrived to the incident began firing tear gas and live ammunition at the Palestinian youths and did not arrest the group of settlers who had rioted inside the village," Yesh Din said.
The outpost is situated on property whose classification is in dispute between the Civil Administration and the nearby Palestinian villages of Turmus Aya and Jalud.
Palestinians reported that at 2 a.m. Israelis entered the village of Asira al-Qibliya and punctured the tires of about 12 vehicles, Yesh Din stated.
Since the 1993 Oslo Accords and until the end of the Obama Administration, Israel has largely refrained from creating new settlements.
Rights groups asserted IDF’s rules had led to killing far too many Palestinians.
IDF: No probes in cases of attackers.
Human rights organization Yesh Din filed a petition for any court proceedings surrounding the settlement to be made public.
The decision comes following a petition to the High Court of Justice by the head of the municipal council of the Palestinian village of Jalud and the Yesh Din NGO.
NGO Monitor critique says methodology flawed, ‘ideological crimes’ amorphous.