Settlers bulldoze lands in the northern Jordan Valley

Days of Palestine - Jordan Valley

Today, Friday, settlers razed Palestinian citizens' lands near the village of Ain al-Bayda in the northern Jordan Valley, on which the "Michola" settlement is built.

Human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh stated that the settlers began bulldozing agricultural lands and brought olive trees near Ein al-Bayda, knowing that the grounds are owned by "Tabu" papers of Palestinian citizens.

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It is noteworthy that the settlers seize large areas of pastoral land in the northern Jordan Valley.

Israeli occupation forces establish about 503 outposts, of which 474 are in the West Bank and 29 in Jerusalem, constituting an area of ​​more than 46% of the total area of ​​the West Bank, in which approximately 700,000 settlers live, who carry out almost daily attacks in the occupied Palestinian territories.

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