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Israeli Settlers Uproot Olive Trees and Attack 65-year-old Palestinian Shepherd

Feb 25 2014 / 10:06 pm

IMEMC, 2/25/14 – Israeli settlers destroyed 150 olive trees in Al-Khader, a Palestinian village south of Bethlehem, and assaulted an old Palestinian shepherd near Nablus, Monday, at noon.

Ahmed Salah, the coordinator of the Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements in Al-Khader, said that the settlers uprooted and destroyed more than 150 olive trees in a parcel of land owned by Yassin Dadu, the Alternative Information Center (AIC) reports.

In the northern West Bank, settlers from Itamar attacked 65-year-old shepherd Radi Hanani as he was rearing his flock to the east of Beit Furik, a Palestinian village south east of Nablus.

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