150 Jewish-owned olive trees uprooted south of Hebron

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 10, 2007 20:20

150 Jewish-owned olive trees were uprooted Sunday night near the town of Susya in southern Mount Hebron. Zviki Bar-Chai, head of the Mt. Hebron regional council filed a complaint with police saying, "there is a correlation between the uprooting and ultra-leftist activities in the area that encourage Arab attacks and stir up strife."


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