Israeli settlers uproot trees west of Bethlehem

Israeli settlers uprooted several almonds and grape trees in lands that belong to Beit Omaer villagers west of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, Wednesday evening.

More than five settlers showed up and started to uproot the trees, villagers identified their getaway car and informed the Israeli police station in the near by military block of Kfar Atzion, local sources reported.

Israeli police spokes person said that the attack was done by one settler and he only uprooted five trees, and also stated that the police arrested him and he is being integrated in Kfar Atzion.

 

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