Days of Palestine, West Bank –Israeli settlers uprooted on Monday tens of olive trees in farms owned by Palestinians in the West Bank city of Nablus.
Local Palestinian sources told Days of Palestine that a group of Israeli stormed the Yasuf Village in Nablus and uprooted more than 100 olive trees in farms owned by Palestinian citizens.
The sources said that the Israeli settlers also destroyed trees in the village of Burin and Awarta.
Gassan Daglass, a Palestinian anti-Israeli apartheid wall, said that the settlers took the opportunity that the Palestinians are at home during the four-day holiday, stormed the farms and destroyed the trees.
Such incidents are always carried out by the Israeli settlers without an official Israeli crackdown on the settlers.
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Since 1967, approximately 800,000 olive trees have been uprooted in the occupied West Bank, according to a joint report by the Palestinian Authority and the Applied Research Institute in Jerusalem.
The olive industry supports the livelihoods of roughly 80,000 families in the occupied West Bank. Currently, it is the season of olive harvest and the aggressive acts of the Israeli settlers cause much economic damage for the Palestinian farmers.