Israeli occupation bulldozers uprooted olive trees in Al-Jabaa village, south of Bethlehem, Wednesday morning, according to the Palestinian News and Info Agency (WAFA).
The head of the village council of Al-Jabaa, Yiyab Mashaalah described a large force of the Israeli occupation army, accompanied by two bulldozers, storming the area of Khalat Farawana. Israeli bulldozers proceeded to uproot olive trees on land belonging to two Palestinian citizens; Ezzat Abdullah Hassan and Ahmed Abdel-Latif.
Mashaala added that the occupation forces closed the area amid intensive security measures, and prevented landowners from approaching their land.
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Edited for IMEMC: Ali Salam
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