AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Jewish settlers chopped down dozens of olive trees in Tawani village, east of Yatta town in Al-Khalil province, on Friday.
Ratib Al-Jabour, the coordinator of the popular committee against the wall in Yatta, said that Jewish settlers from Maon settlement attacked farmers’ land in Tawani and cut off more than 70 olive trees.
He said that the land and trees are owned by two brothers in the village.
Meanwhile, a father and his three sons were injured when Jewish settlers attacked their car south of Nablus on Thursday night.
Ghassan Daghlas, in charge of monitoring settlement activity north of the West Bank, said that settlers from Yitzhar settlement threw rocks at the car of Ibrahim Khader injuring him and his three sons.
He said that the father and his sons were taken to Rafidiya hospital in Nablus city where their injuries were described as moderate, adding that the car was badly damaged in the attack.