Local sources in Rameen village, east of Tulkarem in the northern part of the West Bank, reported on Sunday that settlers of Ennav Israeli settlement, close to the village, burnt 80 Dunams of agricultural lands that belongs to the villagers.!– @page { size: 21.59cm 27.94cm; margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } –>The lands were planted with Olive trees and almonds, the Maan News Agency reported.

Resident Sabri Abdul-Aziz Salman told the agency that several residents saw a settlers' vehicle parking near the lands, before they stepped out and set the trees on fire.

Salman added that the burnt lands belong to a number of residents, including Awad Saleh Hamad, Sadeq Saleh Bseso, and Sami Abdul-Aziz Salman.

Israeli soldiers obstructed several Palestinian fire-fighter vehicles as they were heading to the burnt lands, especially since some vehicles had to enter Ennav settlements area in order to surround and control the fire.