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Settlers plant trees on Palestinian land

April 12, 2011 3:51 A.M. (Updated: April 12, 2011 3:51 A.M.)
TUBAS (Ma’an) -- Residents of the Rotem settlement continued planting olive trees on lands on which they are squatting.

Israeli forces accompanied the settlers in the “Khilet Hamad” area in the northern Jordan Valley.

Aref Daraghmeh, head of Al-Maleh village council, said the lands are for Palestinian citizens who live near Ein Al-Baida village and hold official papers that prove that.

He appealed to the landowners to hold to their rights and to the human rights organizations to stop Israeli aggressions.

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