Israeli Occupation forces uproot 200 trees in a town to the west of the Palestinian city of Salfit

OCCUPIED AL-QUDS, (ST)- The Israeli occupation forces on Saturday raided the Palestinian town of Biddya in the West Bank city of Salfit and uprooted 200 fruit trees.

Maan news agency reported that the occupation forces stormed Khillet Hassan area in the town with a number of bulldozers and uprooted 200 trees, including olive, grape, peach, lemon and almond trees.

Yesterday, Israeli settlers stormed the Palestinian lands in al-Saweiyyeh village to the south of Nablus and chopped down dozens of olive trees.

 Hamda Mustafa

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