A Palestinian man in his twenties was stabbed by a masked man on Monday in the Hebron region, Channel 10 news reported.
Mahmoud Awad, a resident of the area, was taken to a hospital for treatment of his wounds. The area is currently being scoured by security forces.
The police have reported that they suspect that the perpetrator is a Jew who carried out the act for nationalistic reasons. Palestinian media sources are reporting that Awad suffered wounds to his chest area.
Jewish extremists have carried out a number of attacks on Palestinians and Palestinian property in response to events that have angered them. Some of these so-called 'price tag' attacks have been in response to Palestinian attacks on Jews, while others have been in response to government actions taken to curtail of settlement activities.
The most recent incidents came in the wake of tensions following a deadly stabbing attack at the West Bank settlement of Itamar on March 11, in which five family members, including three children, were killed.
Unknown assailants attacked Palestinian construction workers in the West Bank settlement of Shiloh on Thursday. According to eyewitness reports, six masked individuals approached two Palestinian construction workers, doused them with pepper spray, striking one of the workers with an iron bar.
Last Monday, dozens of Israelis positioned themselves on the road between the West Bank settlement of Itamar and the nearby Palestinian village of Awarta, hurling stones at local residents.
Israeli settlers damaged houses and cars in a Palestinian village in the West Bank on Tuesday, police and witnesses said, in an apparent show of anger over the Israeli demolition of homes in an unauthorized settler outpost.
Three weeks ago, police said settlers were suspected of smashing windows of seven Palestinian cars and throwing a fire bomb at a Palestinian house in the West Bank village of Hiwwara in an apparent show of anger over the Israeli demolition of homes in an unauthorized settler outpost.
Israel Defense Forces soldiers prevented the settlers from from continuing their violent spree and attacking a mosque in the nearby village of Burin.
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