On Friday, illegal Israeli colonizers invaded Palestinian lands in the Al-Khader town, south of the West Bank city of Bethlehem, uprooted hundreds of olive saplings and grape seedlings before stealing many of them.

Local nonviolent activist against the Israeli colonialist activities, Ahmad Salah, said the colonizers came from the illegal Eliezer outpost built on stolen Palestinian lands.

Salah added that the colonizers uprooted 400 grape seedlings and 250 olive saplings owned by Yousef Abed Hajar Mousa in the Wad Abu Bakir area and stole about 150 saplings.

Salah also said that the attack against the lands was not the same and added that the colonizers even planted trees on his land to claim ownership, but he filed a complaint with the Israeli police, and an Israeli court ruled in his favor.