BETHLEHEM, (PIC)-- Jewish settlers chopped down on Sunday dozens of old olive trees in Nahalin village, Bethlehem province.
Jamal Najajre, the chairman of Nahalin municipal council, said that the settlers destroyed 30 olive trees that are almost one hundred years old.
He underlined that Jewish settlers chopped down olive and almond trees in the same area about a month ago.
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