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Settlers uproot olive trees near Nablus
Published Wednesday 29/05/2013 (updated) 30/05/2013 12:17
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NABLUS (Ma'an) -- Israeli settlers uprooted over 300 olive trees near the village of Awarta southeast of Nablus on Wednesday, a local official said.

The Israeli liaisons office told its Palestinian counterparts that over 300 olive trees inside the fences of Itamar, settler-monitoring official Ghassan Daghlas told Ma’an.

He said the trees were within the settlement's boundaries but belonged to Palestinians.

Daghlas described the incident as a "new crime" against Palestinians and accused the Israeli army standing by instead of protecting civilians under occupation.
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1 ) franco / italy
29/05/2013 23:34
It was an arrogance, Israeli settlers, yours was a very nasty action, you could really get by. i saw that area one month ago and was a nice landscape now i can image the desolation, why did you take out the beauty?
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