Israeli Jewish settlers flooded on Wednesday morning occupied Palestinian West Bank village with sewage and wastewater, farmers reported.
According to the farmers, the Israeli Jewish settlers from the illegal Israeli Jewish settlements of Eli flooded lands of al-Lubban al-Sharqiya, to the south of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, with wastewater.
The heavy sewage floods, the farmers said, damaged trees and vegetables as people and pushed the Palestinian farmers to stop picking up olive.
Such floods contaminate vegetables and trees so that they “must” be damaged and not taken to the markets and human consumption, Palestinian officials from the Agriculture Ministry said.
Israeli Jewish settlers always harass Palestinian famers and villagers, aiming to force them out of their lands in order to seize them.
Last year, Israel TV Channel 12 revealed that the acts of these extremist settlers are being funded by the Israeli government.
Rights groups found that the perpetrators of these acts are not punished by the law enforcement forces in the Israeli occupation state.
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