Armed Israeli settlers uproot and steal dozens of fruit trees

Days of Palestine - Hebron

Israeli settlers Tuesday uprooted dozens of fruit trees in the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, and attacked the citizens.

The media activist in Beit Ummar Muhammad Awad told said that an armed group of settlers from "Karmi Tzur" settlement, which is built on citizens 'land in the town of Beit Ummar, attacked Palestinian citizens' lands in the Abu Rajab area, under the protection of the Israeli occupation soldiers, and uprooted dozens of fruit trees. 

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He mentioned that the settlers uprooted trees of almonds and grapes, owned by Mohammed Abu Sneina, and they attacked Abu Sneina and his family, and were prevented at gunpoint from entering their land.

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