Documentation of the riots that ensued following the death of Eviatar Borovsky show dozens of settlers hurling stones and setting fire to Palestinian property.
Following the Tuesday stabbing of Eviatar Borovsky, 31, at the Tapuach Junction, settlers arrived at Palestinian villages in the area in order to avenge Borovsky's death by inflicting damage to the villagers' property.
The videos were shot by residents of the villages of Urif and Asira al-Qibliya after they were warned that settlers in the area might vandalize Palestinian property.
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The videos feature masked settlers as they hurl stones at houses. A soldier trying to keep the settlers away is ignored.
The B'Tselem rights group said it intended to bring the documentation to the attention of the military and law enforcement authorities, in an attempt to launch criminal investigations against the settlers.
The IDF Spokesperson's Unit did not respond.
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