Palestinian farmer Mahmoud Abu Shinar examines two rows of severed olive trees, which he says have become a sadly familiar sight. He did not see who took a lamp at night, but he accuses the residents of the Israeli settlement a few hundred meters away.
Some of the incidents are seen as attempts to avenge Palestinian attacks on Israelis, even if the farmers were not involved.
More than 7,000 Palestinian-owned trees have been vandalized to date, according to the United Nations.
Only 10 meters away is an abandoned house with a Hebrew graffiti, while the Israeli settlement of Har Bracha is above a hill.
The farmers said that settlers had attacked settlers two days earlier.
Our British traitor, Caroline, who refused to give her full name, said she came every year for a decade to work with Palestinian communities close to "particularly difficult settlements."