Settlers Cut 1150 Olive Trees Near Nablus
Ghassan Daghlas, in charge of Israeli Settlements File at the Palestinian Authority in the northern part of the occupied West Bank, has reported that a number of extremist Israeli settlers cut on Thursday [July 10 2013] 1150 Palestinian Olive trees east of the Nablus District.
Daghlas told the Radio Bethlehem 2000 that the settlers attacked Palestinian orchards that belong to villagers of Awarta, and used chainsaws to cut approximately 1150 trees.
Recent Articles about Nablus Israeli Settlement
Israel To Demolish Ten Homes Near Nablus Nov 04 15
Soldiers Attack The Weekly Protest In Kafr Qaddoum 17:47 Fri 12 Feb
Israeli Soldiers Seriously Injure A Palestinian In Niílin 17:26 Fri 12 Feb
Egypt Opens Rafah Border Crossing to Gaza Saturday and Sunday 15:14 Fri 12 Feb
EU Delegation Barred from Entering Gaza 20:45 Thu 11 Feb
Gaza: Rights Groups Submit 2nd Communication to ICC 20:40 Thu 11 Feb
Israeli Politicians Resorting to Rhetoric to Incite Palestinians 20:15 Thu 11 Feb
Netanyahu to Fence Off All Occupied Lands 20:08 Thu 11 FebFull Story