Israeli Colonizers Cut 30 Olive Trees Near Bethlehem

20 Mar
12:48 PM

Several extremist Israel colonizers invaded, earlier Tuesday, a Palestinian olive orchard in the al-Jab’a village, southwest of Bethlehem, cut at least thirty olive trees, and took them away.

Hasan Breijiyya, the coordinator of the Popular Committee against the Annexation Wall and Colonies, said the Israeli assailants came from Bayt ‚ÄėAyin illegal colonialist outpost, which was built in private Palestinian lands.

He added that the colonizers cut thirty olive trees from an orchard in Wad Abu Zalta area, in the eastern part of the village, and took the trees with them.

Breijiyya stated that the trees are owned by a local farmer, identified as Mohammad Ali Hamdan, and added that the area has been subject to constant violations, including cutting and uprooting trees, and bulldozing Palestinian lands.

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