Israeli soldiers cut and uprooted, on Tuesday morning, hundreds of evergreens, east of the central West Bank city of Tubas, the WAFA News Agency said.Head of the Wadi al-Maleh and Bedouin Communities Local Council, ‘Aref Daraghma, said the soldiers, and personnel of the “Civil Administration Office,” run by the military in the occupied West Bank, invaded a natural reserve, accompanied by two bulldozers.

The invasion took place approximately at six in the morning, before the soldiers started cutting and uprooting hundreds of trees.

Daraghma stated that the area of the Israeli attack is approximately 300 Dunams (74.13 Acres).