Days of Palestine

Sunday, January 29

Israeli Settlers Uproot 120 Olive Seedlings in Nablus

B.M | DOP -

Israeli settlers uprooted on Friday night, October 14, about 120 olive seedlings in the Palestinian-owned lands of Qablan, south of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.

In a press statement, Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian activist who monitors the settlement activisties in the northern West Bank, said that settlers uprooted 1200 olive seedlings owned by the Palestinian citizen Harbi Kamal.

In a related development, Palestinians in Aibous town, south of occupied Nablus, confronted fierce attacks by Israeli settlers who invaded the town and attacked dozens of Palestinian houses.

As the olive harvest season starts in Palestine every year, Israeli settlers, backed by Israeli occupation forces, intensify their raids into the Palestinian lands, uprooting and burning olive trees.