Israeli forces pave way for new settlement outpost

The operation included uprooting olive trees on Palestinian lands

Jerusalem24 – Today, Thursday, Israeli forces began paving a road for a settlement outpost, established on citizens’ lands, in the town of Ya’bad, South of Jenin.

The mayor of Ya’bad Amjad Atatreh told the official Palestinian news agency, Wafa, that the Israeli forces began a process of razing lands planted with olive trees, to pave a 700-meter-long road for the benefit of a settlement outpost built on citizens’ lands in the “Al-Haraiq” area, which includes mobile homes and sheep and cattle pens.

He pointed out that the razing operations included the uprooting of olive trees from the lands of the citizens: Muhammad Nayef Abu Bakr, Muhammad Qasim, Jamal al-Taher, and Nadim Abu Shamla.


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