Settlers Cut Olive Trees In Hebron
[Monday, January 13, 2014] Local sources have reported that a number of Israeli settlers cut down nearly 50 Palestinian olive trees, east of Yatta town, south of the southern West Bank city of Hebron.
Rateb Jabour, coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements, stated that the settlers cut fifty olive trees belonging to resident Khader Al-‘Amour, in the Shweiha area.
Recent Articles about Hebron Israeli Settlement
Four Palestinians Injured Near Ramallah 02:21 Sat 13 Feb
Israeli Forces Fire on Gaza Farmers 00:12 Sat 13 Feb
Obama to Sign Agreement Equating Settlements with Israel 23:20 Fri 12 Feb
Soldiers Attack The Weekly Protest In Kafr Qaddoum 17:47 Fri 12 Feb
Israeli Soldiers Seriously Injure A Palestinian In Ni’lin 17:26 Fri 12 Feb
Egypt Opens Rafah Border Crossing to Gaza Saturday and Sunday 15:14 Fri 12 FebFull Story