Days of Palestine – Bethlehem
Jewish settlers on Friday chopped down dozens of perennial olive trees in the lands of al-Jaba’a village, southwest of Bethlehem.
Theyab Masha’leh, the head of al-Jaba’a Council, said that a group of settlers cut down dozens of olive trees that are over 60 years old in the Saqfan al-Dabaa area of Wadi al-Watout lands, southeast of the village.
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Masha’leh pointed out that the olive trees belonged to the citizen Rifaat al-Tus, noting that the citizens were not able to reach the land to count the number of the trees which were cut.
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The Israeli occupation authorities allow the Palestinian landowners to access their lands only twice a year when pruning trees and the other time during the olive harvest.