Eyewitnesses said that, on Sunday evening, Israelis attacked Palestinian vehicles south of the West Bank city of Nablus.

They confirmed that they threw stones at cars bearing Palestinian registration plates driving on the Nablus-Ramallah road near the eastern town of Laban, south of the city, destroying their windshields.

The attackers came from the two Israeli border settlements of Ili and Shilo.

However, no injuries were reported.

Israeli brutality against Palestinians and their property is normal in the West Bank and charges are rarely brought against them by the Israeli administration.
More than 700,000 Israelis live in provincial settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

Since the signing of the Oslo Accords, Palestinians have not had the option to travel openly on the Nablus-Ramallah road, known as Route 60, which is monitored with Israeli checkpoints when the road passes from Palestinian-controlled territories to Israeli military-controlled areas. .

Despite the checkpoints, Israel established several "side streets," enabling Israeli traffic to bypass areas of Route 60 that passed through the Palestinian wing.

The Israelis seriously limit Palestinians' opportunities for development through a complex combination of nearly 100 fixed checkpoints, mobile checkpoints, and various other physical obstacles.