The Palestinian News Agency, WAFA, reported that settlers of the Susia
illegal settlement outpost, east of Yatta town in Hebron district,
annexed 150 Dunams of farmlands, plowed them and planted several trees.
The annexed orchards are located near the settlement.

The agency added that the settlers planted Olive, Almond, and other sorts of trees, including evergreen trees, while the Israeli soldiers closed the area and barred the Palestinian owners of the orchards from entering it.

The Palestinian residents did not receive any annexation orders from the Israeli Authorities and were not given any chance to defend their lands in front of any Israeli court.

Most of the attacked and annexed areas belong to the families of Al Shamesty, Abu Sabha, and Al Sha'abeen.

In a separate incident, settlers expanded a cattle ranch in Um Zeitouna area, which is a Palestinian area located between the Israeli illegal settlements of Karmiel and Maoun, south of Hebron.

Farmers in the area told WAFA that settlers' bulldozers are destroying the Palestinian annexed lands in order to expand the ranch.

The farmers added that the settlers placed concrete blocks, some fixed in the ground, and installed barracks to the ranch that was constructed 15 years ago on lands annexed from the residents.