Israeli settlers cut 100 olive tree saplings in Nablus

Occupied Nablus (QNN)- Israeli settlers on Sunday cut nearly 100 olive tree saplings in the village of Qasra in southern Nablus, reported WAFA.

Member of the village’s municipality, Imad Hasan, told WAFA that settlers from the illegal settlement outpost of Ish Kodesh cut nearly 100 olive tree saplings, which were planted in a seven-dunum land owned by Jawwan Jameel and Abdul Adhim Abu Lafi.

Settlers, guarded by Israeli soldiers, had attacked farmers and vandalized utility poles in the village yesterday.

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