Israeli Settlers Uproot Olive Trees on Palestinian Lands

27 Feb
6:21 PM

Israeli settlers on Thursday uprooted hundreds of olive trees and vine trees in the town of al-Khader, south of the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem, according to a local activist.

Emad Dadoo told WAFA that settlers from the illegal Israeli settlement of Eliazar uprooted approximately 200 olive trees and 80 vine trees from Palestinian lands near the colonial settlement.

He stressed that Israeli colonists have been increasingly targeting and attacking Palestinian villages, especially those close to settlements, by razing lands, uprooting trees and preventing farmers access to their lands.

All Israeli settlements, are illegal under international law, Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva convention.

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