Israeli volunteers pitched in to help Palestinian farmers in the village of Salim near Eilon Moreh in the West Bank repair damages to their land allegedly caused by local Jewish settlers.
The damage to the Palestinian property included some 200 olive trees that were uprooted and destroyed.
The kibbutz movement organized the initiative and provided security, Army Radio reported.
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