Israeli farmer persecuted for uprooting trees illegally planted on his own land
Now maybe the way he did it was wrong, despite the fact that it was on his property and no permission had been asked, and perhaps he should've let the authorities know first, but in any case, it shows just how the would-be lawmakers here are really screwing up by persecuting people for dealing with matters on their own turf, even Arabs.
Speaking of trees, the Israeli MSM wrote some very trumped up and biased stories recently about Jews supposedly uprooting olive trees planted by Arabs, charges that were thankfully proven false by video recordings such as the one on this page (via Joe Settler and Westbankblog). Would the Israeli MSM kindly go worry about the sorry state of showbiz instead? I think it'd be a more positive step.