Settlers cut down 170 perennial olive trees east of Salfit

Today, Wednesday, a group of settlers cut down and broke 170 perennial olive trees, east of Salfit.

According to local sources, the 170 trees, whose ages range between 50-80 years, belong to the brothers Rida, Radi, Najah, and Ahmed Atiyani from the village of Yasouf, and to the citizen Wajih Abu Kamal from the village of Al- Sawiya. 

In the context, settlers, under the protection of the occupation forces, closed this morning the entrance to the eastern village of Marada, north of Salfit.

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