Israeli Colonizers Cut 25 Olive Saplings Near Salfit
Illegal Israeli colonizers cut, on Tuesday evening, at least twenty-five olive saplings owned by a Palestinian in Kafr ed-Deek town, west of Salfit, in the central West Bank.
Media sources said the invaded orchard is owned by Mohammad Anwar and his family and added that the olive saplings were planted between three and ten years ago.
Mohammad said the family owns four Dunams of land subject to repeated violations by the colonizers who constantly try to illegally annex them to expand their colony, built on stolen Palestinian lands.
On Saturday night, illegal Israeli colonizers invaded olive orchards in Yasuf village before cutting and uprooting several olive trees and attacking shepherds in Qarawat Bani Hassan town, west of Salfit.
A week ago, Israeli soldiers razed Palestinian agricultural lands between Bidya and Kafr ad-Dik, west of Salfit.