The Israeli army bulldozers uprooted on Monday more than 400 olive trees in Skaka village near the southern West Bank city of Hebron. The trees were uprooted for the construction of the Wall on the land of this village.
While bulldozers started in the morning hours to uproot the trees, the soldiers prevented the farmers from reaching their land where the uprooting is taking place, eyewitnesses said.
Eeyewitnesses also reported that army trucks were seen taking the uprooted trees away from the area.
Yousif Ihshish, Mohamed Ihshes, Saeed Abd Al-Qader and Abd Al-Jawad Abu Samra are among those whos orchards were uprooted, local sources reported.