West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli colonial settlers have cut down fruitful trees and damaged water pipes in Kafr Malik village, east of Ramallah in the central occupied West Bank.
Local sources said that a group of Israeli colonial settlers broke into the Ein Samiya community, east of Kafr Malik village, destroyed water tanks and pipes and chopped down most of the fruitful trees in the area.
The Israeli colonial settlers also violently attacked local activists in the area.
About one month ago, the Israeli occupation authorities forced the Kaabneh family to evacuate the area following a spate of violent attacks against them and their property by Israeli colonial settlers from nearby illegal outposts.
Israeli colonial settlers are seeking to take control of the Bedouin community in order to seize the springs and fertile lands in the area.
Israeli colonial settlers have stepped up their attacks against Palestinian citizens and their property in the occupied West Bank, under the protection of the Israeli occupation army.
Nearly 700,000 Israeli colonial settlers now live in more than 250 illegal settlements and outposts across the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem in violation of international law.