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Israeli settlers cut down dozens of olive trees near Nablus

Israeli settlers cut down dozens of olive trees and destroyed two rooms on Monday in Qusra Village southeast of Nablus city.

Village eyewitnesses told Resala.net that dozens of settlers attacked the southern area of the village, destroying a barbed wire fence built around the land and cutting down dozens of olive trees in the area.

Witnesses also said that the settlers destroyed two brick rooms owned by Ali Abdul Hamid Hassan and Walid Tawfik Abdel Meguid, using heavy equipment.

Two days earlier, settlers attacked an elderly woman in the village and tried to prevent farmers from reaching their land.

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