Israeli Colonizers Cut Olive Trees Near Ramallah

On Friday, illegal Israeli colonizers cut Palestinian olive trees in an orchard in Tormos Ayya town, northeast of Ramallah, in the central West Bank.

Media sources said the colonizers came from the illegal Adi Ad colony, built on stolen Palestinian lands, and cut at least 30 olive trees that were planted about thirty years earlier.

The sources added that the colonizers closed Abu Ein Street near the orchards to prevent the Palestinians from reaching their lands.

A few months ago, the colonizers installed an illegal outpost on Palestinian lands near the colony and the orchards and are trying to expand their outpost.

It is worth mentioning that the colonizers recently cut 450 Palestinian olive trees in the area and cut the fences surrounding the Palestinian orchards.

(Source / 22.07.2022)

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