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Some 100 trees cut down in Palestinian West Bank village - Israel News -


Some 100 trees cut down in Palestinian West Bank village - Israel News - The residents reported the incident to organization Yesh Din, saying that the damage was first discovered last Thursday morning when they arrived at the site to work. Mikhmas is situated east of Ramallah, near the settlement of Ma’aleh Mikhmash.

Dozens of trees that have been torn down can be seen lying beside the stumps that remain the in the ground in pictures of the groves.

Last month, Haaretz received testimonies indicating that settlers in the northern Jordan Valley were preventing Palestinians from shepherding their flock and harming the sheep. A week earlier, three settlers from a different outpost prevented three other Palestinians from shepherding their flock in the area, even though it's an area where they regularly take their flock to graze.

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