Settlers uproot olive trees west of Salfit

Settlers uproot olive trees west of Salfit
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Settlers uprooted and broke olive trees west of Salfit in the West Bank, on Saturday.

Eyewitnesses reported that settlers broke down and uprooted about 120 olive trees in Kafr al-Dik town (West Salfit), owned by residents Jamal al-Ahmad and Abdel-Ahmad.

Settlers have continued their attacks on Palestinians and their property in different areas of the West Bank, under the protection of the Israeli occupation police. For about a month, as settler groups have stepped up their attacks on lands owned by Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.

About 650,000 settlers live in settlements established on Palestinian land in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

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