Settlers uproot olive seedlings from Jaloud lands, south of Nablus
Israeli settlers uprooted on Wednesday, 40 olive seedlings from Jaloud lands, south of Nablus, to steal them.
Ghassan Douglas, the official in charge of the settlement file in the northern West Bank, said that a number of settlers from the "Hayat" settlement uprooted 40 olive seedlings from Sheikh Bishr site.
The seedlings belong to the citizen Rajeh Salameh Hammoud.
It is noteworthy that, since the beginning of this year, settlers uprooted dozens of olive seedlings and stole them in the Shaab al-Kharab area, east of Qasra, south of Nablus, also in 6/1/2021, the occupation forces committed a massacre against 3,000 olive trees in the town of Deir Ballut, west of Salfit, in a clear, purposeful and systematic way.