Israeli settlers uprooted on Friday at least 30 Olive trees that belong to residents of Kefir Qaddoum town, near the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia. Local sources reported that the trees belong to resident Saleh Yousef Shtewy and his brothers.
The orchards is located near the illegal settlement of Qadumim and the illegal settlement outpost of Havat Gilad.
Local residents and the owners of the lands in question cannot enter the orchard without a permit from the Israeli military.
The attack is not the first as previously settlers torched orchards in the area while the army failed to intervene and failed to probe the attacks.
In related news, at least 200 settlers attacked on Friday the Rawabi city, north of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.
The settlers previously tried to install an outpost near Rawabi and expressed their rejection to the construction and recognition of new Palestinian city. They claimed that this city will “weaken the Jewish presence”.