Settlers Cut Down More Than 500 Olive Trees In Nablus

March 4, 2011 10:48 PM IMEMC & Agencies Israeli attacks, Nablus, News Report 0
04 Mar
10:48 PM

500 olive trees, which were planted some weeks ago near an settlement outpost called Yash Adam, were cut down by the Israeli settlers this morning in Nablus. Eyewitnesses stated that settlers from Shavot Rahel settlement attacked many olive fields situated on land in the Nablus district near the Israeli outpost Yash Adam.

Settlers have rebuilt an outpost which they started to build 90 days ago near the olive fields in a city in south Nablus called Kasra after being completely evacuated by the army. The attack against the olive groves were in response to the settlement evacuation; part of the settler’s so called ‘Day of Rage’.

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