On Wednesday, illegal Israeli colonizers bulldozed Palestinian lands, harvested olive trees, and stole the produce, in addition to cutting more than 40 olive trees and hurling stones at Palestinian cars in several parts of the occupied West Bank.

Media sources said the colonizers invaded Palestinian farmland and orchards in Salfit and Yasuf town, in the central West Bank, before harvesting Palestinian olive trees and stealing the produce.

The colonizers, who came from the illegal Rahalim colony built on Palestinian lands east of Yasuf village, east of Salfit, stole tools used by the Palestinians to pick their olive trees.

The tools were on Palestinian olive orchards in the Al-Harayeq area and are owned by Amjad Odah from Salfit city.

The colonizers also cut at least forty olive trees in the Wad Abdul-Rahman Valley, north of Salfit, and stole the produce before fleeing the area; the lands are isolated behind the illegal Annexation Wall.

While the colonizers can reach the orchards without obstacles, the Palestinians need special permits that are constantly delayed or even denied by the army.

The colonizers also hurled stones at many Palestinian cars and trucks in the Wadi Ad-Dalb area and Deir Ibzi’ area, west of the central West Bank city of Ramallah.

In the Northern Plains of the West Bank, the colonizers bulldozed Palestinian lands in the Wadi Al-Faw area.

Mahdi Daraghma, the head of the Al-Maleh Village Council, said the colonizers bulldozed the lands in the Wadi Al-Faw that belongs to the Wadi Al-Maleh area and added that Palestinians from Tubas city own the lands.