Zionist army seizes vast tracts of Palestinian land in Nablus
The Zionist regime’s occupation army has appropriated 3,492 dunums of Palestinian-owned land in Aqraba village in southern Nablus.
WAFA quoted Muayyad Shaban, head of the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission, as saying on Saturday the Zionist army claimed in its military order that these seized tracts of land is classified as state land.
Shaban added that this land grab order is part of a major Israeli plan to control the area overlooking the Jordan Valley region and the eastern mountains of the West Bank in order to build or expand settlements and carry out projects for settlers.
He pointed out that since the beginning of this year, the Zionist army had issued three orders converting private Palestinian lands around the village into state land, which prevented local residents from reclaiming or cultivating them in any way.