Second Attack Sunday: “Israeli Colonists Uproot 350 Olive Saplings Near Bethlehem”

13 Apr
3:06 AM

Many fanatic illegal Israeli colonists uprooted, Sunday, more than 350 olive saplings in the Sha’af area of the al-Khader Palestinian town, south of Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank.

Hasan Breijiyya, the head of the Wall and Colonization Resistance Commission in Bethlehem, said the Israeli assailants came from Sidi Boaz illegal colony, which was built on private Palestinian lands, west of al-Khader.

He added that the colonists uprooted the saplings, owned by Khaldoun Ibrahim Sbeih, and took them back to their illegal outpost.

On Sunday morning, the colonists invaded a Palestinian orchard, owned by Safeyyeddin Mohammad Da’dou’, in Ein al-Qassis area, next to the Sha’af area, and cut 50 olive saplings.

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