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Israeli settlers uproot dozens of olive trees in Bethlehem

Bethlehem (QNN)- Israeli settlers uprooted dozens of olive trees in the village of Al Khader in southern Bethlehem today.

Local sources stated that the settlers uprooted olive trees, belonging to the citizen Safeyyiddin Da’doa in the village of Al Khader in Bethlehem.

The sources added that the settlers confiscated the uprooted trees and other equipment before leaving the area.

Native Palestinians in the village of Al Khader, who are mostly farmers, suffer from the Israeli repeated assaults. The occupation state continues to confiscate vast areas of their land to expand illegal settlements.

Israeli settlers have recently increased their attacks on native Palestinians, exploiting the coronavirus crisis.

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