Settlers Uproot Olive Saplings, Grapevines, Near Bethlehem
A number of Israeli settlers invaded Palestinian lands that belongs to a resident of the Al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem, uprooted dozens of olive saplings and grapevines, and demolished a wall.
Ahmad Salah, coordinator of the Popular Committee against the Wall in Al-Khader, stated that the settlers uprooted and stole more than 80 olive saplings, planted nearly two year ago in Batn Al-Ma’sy area, south of the town.
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