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Israeli Soldiers Cut And Uproot Thousands Of Trees In Jordan Valley

Israeli soldiers invaded, Wednesday, large areas of Palestinian lands, in the West Bank’s Northern Plains of the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, before cutting and uprooting more than 10,000 trees.

Mo’taz Bisharat, the Palestinian Authority official who monitors Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in the Northern Plains, said the soldiers “committed a massacre against 10,000 evergreen trees, and more than 300 olive trees.

Bisharat added that the trees were planted 8 to 10 ago on about 400 Dunams (98.84 Acres) of Palestinian lands, in Einoun forest, as part of a project to plant trees funded by Brazil.

The Israeli attack took place in the morning hours, Wednesday, under the pretext that the trees are in a “military training zone.”

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