Illegal Israeli colonizers uprooted, on Sunday, hundreds of olive trees, and forced Palestinians off their own lands, in the governorate of Hebron, in the southern West Bank, and invaded citizens’ homes in the northern Jordan Valley.

On Sunday afternoon, illegal Israeli colonizers uprooted two-hundred olive trees, and released their livestock onto Palestinian-owned grazing lands in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank.

Media sources said that a group of colonizers from the illegal “Ma’on” colony, and uprooted about 200 olive trees belonging to the citizen, Issa Ahmed Zein, allowed their livestock to graze on his land, and stole barbed wire.

It was added that groups of settlers forced Palestinian shepherds off their own land, chasing them, in different various areas of the collection of hamlets known as Masafer Yatta.

Meanwhile, a group of illegal colonizers invaded Palestinian-owned homes in a Bedouin community, northwest of Jericho in the northeastern part of the occupied West Bank.

According to Hassan Mleihat, the general supervisor of the “Al-Baidar” organization for defending the rights of Bedouins, several Israeli settlers invaded the Mleihat Arab community, in the northern Jordan Valley, on Sunday evening, and searched at least three homes, subjecting them to vandalism.

In related news, Israeli forces shot five Palestinians, when illegal Israeli colonizers attacked a home in the village of Orif, south of Nablus in the northern occupied West Bank.

Moreover, another group of colonizers set fire to Palestinian-owned agricultural lands and a home in the village of Burqa, northwest of Nablus.