Settlers set up mobile house, plant trees in Palestinian land to confiscate it

Armed Jewish settlers walk in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Beit Hagai after a Palestinian who infiltrated the settlement was killed by settlers Friday, April 17, 2009. A Palestinian wielding a knife was shot and killed by Jewish settlers early Friday when he tried to attack residents of a West Bank settlement, the Israeli military said, in violence likely to further heighten tensions between the Palestinians and Israel’s new hard-line government

Occupied West Bank (QNN)- Israeli settlers on Sunday set up a mobile house in western Salfit, while another group of them planted trees in western Hebron in preparation for confiscating the targeted land.

In the village of Bidya in Western Salfit, a group of illegal settlers set up a mobile house, marking 4,000 dunums to confiscate them.

The settlers aim at creating a new settlement outpost, which connects five illegal settlements in the area between Salfit and Qalqilya.

Meanwhile, Israeli settlers planted trees in the villages of Ithna and Terqumia in the north-west of occupied Hebron, marking thousands of dunums in preparation for confiscation.

The Mayor of Terqumia, Abdul Men’im Fataftah, told WAFA that the occupation state has been recently preventing the owners of the targeted lands from reaching it.

(Source / 31.01.2021)

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