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Colonial Israeli settlers chop off Palestinian owned olive trees in Tubas

West Bank (The Inside Palestine) – Israeli occupation settlers uprooted on Monday dozens of Palestinian olive trees in the town of Tamoun, south of Tubas in the occupied West Bank.

According to local sources, a Palestinian citizen, Mahmoud Abu Da’eef, said that he was shocked to find out that 46 olive trees were uprooted in his land by Israeli settlers in the al-Khalayil area, east of the town.

It is worth mentioning that Israeli settlers have increased their incursions into the eastern Tamoun area recently, amid warnings that such incursions could lead to land seizing and the establishment of new outposts.

Source: Alray

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