Israeli soldiers invaded, Wednesday, the al-Jiftlik Palestinian village in the Central Plains of the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, and uprooted around 100 Palm trees in the ash-Shouna area.

Ahmad Abu Ghanem, the Mayor of al-Jiftlik, stated that the soldiers, accompanied by bulldozers, invaded ash-Shouna and uprooted the trees, owned by Anwar Abu Jouda.

Ghanem added that the soldiers confiscated the uprooted trees and took them to an unknown destination.

He also said that this is not the first attack of its kind, and added that the soldiers took the uprooted trees to plant them on roads leading to illegal Israeli colonies in the area, and inside the colonies.