Israel bulldozes 8 dunums and uprooted 80 olive and almond trees north of Hebron

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Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday bulldozed lands belong to Palestinian citizens and uprooted fruit trees, east of the town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron.

The media activist, Muhammad Awad said that the Israeli bulldozers bulldozed about eight dunums and uprooted more than 80 olive and almond trees in the Al-Qarn area, east of the town, owned by the citizen Issam Faiq Hassan Abu Ayyash.

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Awad indicated that the Israeli occupation used to allow the farmer Abu Ayyash to work on his land by a decision of the Israeli Supreme Court, and he possessed the documents of his ownership of this land, which is more than one kilometer from Hebron Street, Jerusalem, and about 3 kilometers from the bypass road.

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