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Israeli settlers uproot 120 olive trees in Salfit

West Bank (The Inside Palestine)_ A group of Israeli settlers Saturday uprooted 120 olive trees and destroyed agricultural equipment and facilities in the town of Kafr Al-Deek, west of Salfit district, in the northern West Bank, according to local sources.

The sources reported to Safa that the group of settlers uprooted 120 olive trees belonging to the two brothers, Jamal and Abdel Tawfiq Ali Al-Ahmad.

The settlers also destroyed large parts of the fence in the 16-dunum area of ​​“Harika Al-Owaina,” in the Zohr Subuh area, north of Kafr Al-Dik.

Moreover, settlers’ attacks targeted an agricultural room belonging to the Palestinian Muhammad Ayoub Ali Al-Ahmad.

The sources said that settlers destroyed the door of the agricultural room, broke its windows, vandalized its stuff, and stole parts of it, in a land called “Al-Smouka”, covering an area of ​​8 dunums, located in front of the Zohr Subuh area, adjacent to “Brokhin” settlement, north of Kafr al-Dik.

Source: Safa

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