Local sources said dozens of buses fully loaded with hundreds of extremist Israeli settlers were seen today at Route 60, adjacent to the Burqa village.
The settlers were standing in the main Jenin-Nablus street and blocked access of Palestinian vehicles, Quds News Network reported.
Thousands of Israeli settlers have been protesting there since yesterday, calling on the occupation government to let them return to the nearby pre-2005 Israeli settlement of Homesh.
The settlers also attacked several Palestinian vehicles and at least three Palestinian-owned houses and a car wash, on the outskirts of Burqa village.
They also attacked and vandalized several gravestones in a cemetery in the village.
Shortly after, the occupation forces came to the scene to protect the settlers; they attacked the Palestinians by firing rubber-coated metal bullets, tear gas canisters and sound bombs directly and intensively, injuring over 127 Palestinians.
The Palestinian Red Crescent said 42 Palestinians, including a journalist, were injured by the rubber-coated metal bullets and 67 sustained…