Israeli settler bulldozers, on Thursday morning, have razed the lands ofÂ Kafr El Deek town in Salfit, northern West Bank.
Eyewitnesses confirmed that the bulldozers leveled lands west of Kafr El Deek, west of Salfit, in order to expand the settlement of âAleh Zahavâ, adding that they were used for herding poultry and had olive trees.
Researcher Dr. Khaled Maali said, according to the PNN, that the bulldozing was being carried out in favor of the expansion of the Aleh Zahav settlement and its industrial zone.
He pointed out that 25 settlements in Salfit have been expanding in different directions, starting from the Zaâtara checkpoint to south of Nablus, and ending at Kafr Qasim, to separate the northern West Bank from its south and center, thus ending the dream of a Palestinian state.
Christopher Carlson is a full-time student of Religious Studies at Mount Mercy University, USA. He has been with the IMEMC since 2013. (email@example.com)