Israeli settlers uproot 120 olive trees, destroy agricultural facilities in West Bank
1 month ago
WEST BANK, January 24 – Israeli settlers on Saturday chopped down 120 olive trees and damaged agricultural equipment and structures in the West Bank town of Kafr ad-Dik west of Salfit.
Local sources reported that a group of Israeli settlers cut down 120 olive trees belonging to the brothers Jamal and Abed al-Ahmad.
The settlers destroyed large parts of the fence surrounding 16 dunums of Palestinian-owned land in Dohr Subuh area to the north of Kafr ad-Dik.
In addition, they smashed the door and windows of an agricultural storeroom and destroyed and stole some of its contents.
The destroyed property is owned by a local resident called Mohammed al-Ahmad, according to local sources.