In pictures: Homes burn and cars are torched as Israeli settlers take 'revenge' in West Bank
Fire rises above the town of Huwwara, near Nablus in the occupied West Bank, on Sunday evening.
Israeli settlers rampaged through towns in the area on Sunday evening in revenge attacks after two Israelis were killed, burning and attacking Palestinian homes and property for hours.
At least one Palestinian was killed and nearly 400 wounded in the attacks, Palestinian health officials said.
In the main photo, cars burnt out by settlers are seen from a broken window. (Photos: MEE/Hisham Abu Shaqrah)
A man stands in front of the burned remains of his home and his car in Huwwara, in the occupied West Bank.
Two Israeli settlers were killed by a Palestinian near the occupied West Bank city of Nablus on Sunday, according to Israeli officials. (MEE/Hisham Abu Shaqrah)
An Israeli soldier argues with an Israeli settler on the road near Huwwara (AFP/Jaafar Ashtiyeh)
An aerial view of a scrapyard where cars were torched overnight by Israeli settlers, in the Palestinian town of Huwwara near Nablus in the occupied West Bank (AFP/Ronaldo Schemidt)
A Palestinian couple stand in front of their home, which was set alight during the attacks (MEE/Hisham Abu Shaqrah)
Palestinians walk past a torched car (AFP/Ronaldo Schemidt)
Fire rises behind a burning building on the night of 26 February during a rampage by Israeli settlers (MEE/Hisham Abu Shaqrah)
A residential building that including a number of stores was also burned.
The occupied West Bank is home to about 2.9 million Palestinians as well as an estimated 475,000 Jewish settlers who live in state-approved settlements that are illegal under international law. (MEE/Hisham Abu Shaqrah)
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