Settlers cut down dozens of trees in Burin and others steal olives in Salfit

Settlers cut down dozens of trees in Burin village, south of Nablus, on Monday, while other settlers stole olives from the lands of Salfit city.

The Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission reported that settlers cut down 60 olive trees and six almond trees in Burin village, south of Nablus.
On the other hand, the Settlement and Wall Resistance Commission reported that other settlers stole olives from the lands of Salfit, located behind the apartheid wall.

In addition, a group of settlers prevented, on Sunday, farmers from entering and working on their lands in Khallet Hassan, north of Bidya, west of Salfit. To work on their lands in order to pick olives in the Khallet Hassan area.”

Abu Safiya added, “The settlers have closed the road leading to their agricultural lands,” noting that it is not the first time that the settlers, with the support of the occupation army, have prevented us from accessing and working on our lands, and confiscating some mechanisms during work, in order to seize and control them for the benefit of the settlement “.

In turn, the Governor of Salfit Governorate Abdullah Kamil held the occupation government fully responsible for the escalation of settlers' attacks on farmers in the governorate in general, and the Khallet Hassan Bidya and Al-Ras areas in Salfit in particular, with the aim of implementing an Israeli plan to establish settlements in those areas.

It is noteworthy that Khallet Hassan, which has an area of ​​4,000 dunums, is under threat of being seized by settlers; With the aim of settlement expansion and the establishment of a new settlement linking five settlements and a number of settlement blocs and outposts between the governorates of Salfit and Qalqilya, the beginnings of attempts to seize them date back to 1983.

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