Israeli settlers uproot dozens of trees in southern Nablus

PNN/ Nablus/

Israeli settlers on Wednesday afternoon have uprooted olive, almond, grape trees, and sprayed racist graffiti on the walls in Urifi village, south of Nablus.

Head of the West Bank settlement file, Ghassan Daghlas, said that Israeli settlers cut more than 25 olive trees, almond trees, and grape trees in the  area and wrote “Death to Arabs” slogans on one of the barracks in the eastern part of the village.

Daghlas added that the targeted lands that were targeted were private property of Palestinians citizens.

On a related note, Daghlas added that Israeli Occupation bulldozers razed lands belonging to the villagers of Asira al-Qibliya and Madaa, south of Nablus.