Israeli forces uproot more than a thousand trees and olive saplings, west of Salfit

Days of Palestine - Salfit

The Israeli occupation forces today uprooted over a thousand olive saplings and trees in Deir Ballut town, west of the northern West Bank city of Salfit, according to eyewitness.

Local sources reported that Israeli forces sealed off the western part of the town, known as Khallet al-Abhar, and escorted a bulldozer to it, before the heavy machine destroyed over a thousand olive trees and saplings belonging to the citizens: Nesfat Ezzat Moussa, Ghazi Hosni Musa, Omar Abdullah Musa, and Muhammad Musa.

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