Far-right activists allegedly fell Palestinian trees in West Bank
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Police suspect far-right activists felled a number of trees belonging to Palestinians in the Binyamin region of the West Bank on Wednesday.
After being informed of the incident by the IDF, Judea and Samaria Police dispatched two patrol cars to the area.
En route to the scene, officers encountered an improvised roadblock made up of rocks.
One suspect has been detained in connection with erecting the roadblock, police said.
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