Israeli uproots hundreds of forest trees, east of Tubas

Days of Palestine - Tubas

The Israeli occupation forces Wednesday uprooted hundreds of forest trees in the Ainoun area, east of Tubas.

Moataz Bisharat, the official in the Jordan Valley file in Tubas Governorate, stated that the bulldozers belonging to the Israeli occupation began, since the morning hours, uprooting hundreds of forest trees with ages ranging between 8-10 years, under the pretext that they are located in military training areas.

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The Israeli occupation forces had closed all roads leading to the area, and prevented citizens from reaching it.

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