Settlers continue planting trees in the lands of Suwayda in the northern Jordan Valley

Settlers continue to plant dozens of trees in the Suwayda area in the northern Jordan Valley, as part of a new settlement project.

According to human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh, settlers have been planting trees in the Suwayda area for about 20 days, as part of the launch of a new settlement project in the Jordan Valley, run by a settlement organization that calls itself “Our Land,” and aims to plant thousands of trees so that each tree bears the name of a soldier from Soldiers who were killed during the occupation battles.

Daraghmeh explained that this organization began carrying out its first activity to the south of Khirbet As-Suwayda by planting 300 trees.

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