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This followed the uprooting earlier of 120 olive trees in Wadi Qana.
In a review he wrote on this issue, Atyaf Alwazir, a young Muslim American, stated that the uprooting of trees from Palestinian lands violates the Paris Protocols,The Hagueand Geneva Conventions and the Covenant on Economics, Social and Cultural Rights.
Mechanical uprooting means removing coppice with the roots.
Local government authorities were also present for to witness the uprooting of qat, in the land of the two farmers, which took place on February 23.
The EU obliges all member states to promote the uprooting of non-sustainable vineyards, offering compensation to interested producers.
This special subdivision will be home to 65 families displaced last summer when Hurricanes Katrina and Rita struck the Gulf Coast, killing people, destroying homes, and uprooting trees.
Besides uprooting sidewalks and driveways, the trees also shed seed burrs that are dangerous to people walking.
As a result he was linked with a host of clubs - including Cardiff - but the player has admitted he would be unhappy about uprooting his family, particularly for a move south of the border.
The uprooting of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in 1948-49 and again in the wake of the 1967 war, the legacy of despair that has resulted for their descendents, is a deep offence against God's justice.
Leftwing guerrilla groups are considered responsible for forcing out more than a third of them, while the Colombian military itself is blamed for uprooting almost 5 percent.
The company went to the High Court in a bid to obtain an immediate order permanently banning protesters from uprooting their plants at trial sites.
These men and women were part of a global phenomenon that over some 400 years flung Europeans out to every corner of the earth, at the same time uprooting millions from their African and Asian homelands and transporting them to the Americas and Caribbean.