APN Plants in the Second Oldest Town in the World
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Within the third “Million Trees” program in Palestine, The Arab Group for the Protection of Nature, with the support of Dar Al-Handasah Company DAR, planted 500 various fruitful trees, on an area of 12 dunums in the town of Sa’ir in Hebron, which is considered the second oldest town in the world after Jericho, with the aim of enhancing food security for three families of 24 people.

It is mentioned that the town of Seir is located in the middle of the occupied area by Zionist, where the town is surrounded from the south by occupied Kiryat Arba, and from the north-east by the occupied  Kedumim, and surrounded by the bypass road No. 60 from the west, which connects the occupied areas of the south with the north.