The spokesman for the Presidency, Nabil Abu Rudeina, denounced the attacks against the villages of Hawara, Beita and Surra, in the northern governorate of Nablus, causing dozens of injured.
The Israeli military and extremist settlers are waging a daily war against Palestinian cities, towns and refugee camps, he stressed.
Rudeina blamed Tel Aviv for the consequences of such acts and called on the international community to act against Israel.
In a report released last January, the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories (B’Tselem) warned that settler violence is another method used by Israel to control land on the West Bank.
“They carry out a variety of acts including physical assaults, stone throwing, threats and harassment, damaging trees and crops, vandalizing cars, blocking roads and even firing live ammunition,” B’Tselem said.