Dozens of Olive and Grape Vines Uprooted by Illegal Settlers near Bethlehem

03 Mar
4:38 AM

Israeli settlers, on Monday, uprooted dozens of olive and vine trees belonging to Palestinians in the town of Husan, west of the occupied city of Bethlehem, according to local sources.

Mohammad Sbateen, head of Husan village council, told WAFA that settlers from the illegal Israeli settlement of Bitar Illit uprooted about 100 olive trees and 60 vine trees in lands belonging to Palestinians.

Important to note that recently, the illegal colonial settlers have cut down and uprooted hundreds of olive trees and grape vines in several villages throughout the occupied West Bank.

Israeli settlers assaulted Palestinian farmer Mahmoud Hussein Hajji, 58, and thousands of illegal colonial settlers stormed two villages in the Jordan Valley.

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Ali Salam

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