Israeli Colonizers Cut Twenty Olive Trees Near Nablus

01 Sep
11:14 AM

A number of extremist Israeli colonizers, from Yitzhar illegal colony which was built on private Palestinian lands, invaded an olive orchard and cut at least twenty trees.

Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official who monitors Israel’s colonialist activities in northern West Bank, said a large number of colonizers invaded the orchard, owned by Zakariya Jamil Najjar and cut the trees.

He added that the invaded orchard is located between Burin Palestinian village and Yitzhar colony in the al-Mayadeen area.

The official also stated that dozens of colonizers invaded, Friday, various orchards in the area, including the attacked land.

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