Army Demolishes An Agricultural Wall Near Ramallah, Settlers Uproot Trees Near Salfit

Israeli soldiers demolished, Wednesday, an agricultural wall in Ni’lin village, west of the central West Bank city of Ramallah, while illegal colonialist settlers invaded Palestinian olive orchards near Salfit, in central West Bank, and uprooted many trees.

The head of Ni’lin Village Council, Emad al-Khawaja, stated that several army jeeps and a bulldozer invaded the village in the morning, and demolished a wall surrounding a land, owned by Hussein Fayez al-Khawaja.

He added that the soldiers handed the demolition order to the Palestinian nearly a month ago, before he filed an appeal that is still pending, however, the army went ahead and demolished the wall even though no ruling has been made.

In addition, several illegal colonialist settlers, squatting on Palestinian lands, invaded Khallet Hassan area, in Biddya town, west of Salfit in central West Bank, and uprooted many olive trees.

Walid Assaf, the head of the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission, stated that Israeli soldiers were present in the area during the attack, but did not remove the colonists.

(Source / 24.09.2020)

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