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Settlers cut down 36 olive trees south of Nablus


NABLUS, Thursday, June 4, 2020 (WAFA) – Israeli settlers cut down around 36 fully grown and years old olive trees in the village of Burin to the south of Nablus, the northern occupied West Bank, according to an official.

Munir Qadous, a member of the human rights group Yesh Din, told WAFA settlers sneaked their way into agricultural land in the southern part of the village of Burin and cut down at least 36 fully grown and years old olive trees belonging to a local resident.

Settlers further set fire to the wheat fields in the village, however residents managed to put out the fire and prevented it from spreading.


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