Settlers Uproot Around 120 Olive Trees In Nablus

March 8, 2013 3:48 PM IMEMC News Israeli attacks, Nablus, News brief 0

Israeli settlers have uprooted around 120 olive trees in al-Sawya village south of Nablus Friday morning.
An official said that about 90 olive saplings, and 30 fully grown olive trees that are owned by two Palestinians from the village, were uprooted. He added that the attacks came from an the nearby Israeli settlement of Rahel.

One of the land owners said that this is the second time that such things happened in the last two years, and added that settlers have wrote graffiti in the area in Hebrew saying “ Price Tag’”.

Israeli Police arrived at the scene and opened an investigation into the incident.

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