Sunday, October 2, 2011

Settlers Uproot Dozens Of Olive Trees Near Nablus

A group of extremist armed Israeli settlers uprooted on Saturday dozens of Palestinian olive trees that belong to residents of Madama village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus. Clashes were reported; soldiers fired gas bombs at the protesters leading to a number of injuries.

Image by Maan News Agency

Armed settlers uprooted more than 45 olive trees that belong to the residents of Al Khalla and Qattan Al Soura villages, south of Madama.

The uprooted trees belong to residents Zakariyya Nassar and Mohammad Mustafa Al Qit.
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