Settlers attack Palestinian lands north of Ramallah

Israeli settlers attacked Palestinian agricultural lands in the village of Al-Mughayer, north of Ramallah in the West Bank, uprooting 80 olive trees and razing more than 60 dunums.

Head of the village council, Amin Abu Alia, told Wafa News Agency that settlers, under the protection of the occupation forces, stormed the village last night and uprooted 80 olive trees and bulldozed more than 60 dunams of land from which they had earlier uprooted about 500 olive trees.

Israeli settlers escalate their attacks on Palestinian cities and towns during the olive harvest, amid the silence of the international community and its ignoring of the continuous Palestinian demands to put settlers on terrorist lists and stop their crimes against the Palestinians.


Inas Abdulkareem