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A child is surrounded by the debris of al-Musafa, a poor farming community in the northern Jordan Valley. Annelies Verbeek

Nowhere to Go, Nowhere to Live

With attention focused on the planned demolition of Khan al-Ahmar village, other areas of the Jordan Valley have fallen off the radar. Out of sight, however, Israeli consolidation over the Jordan Valley is continuing apace. Last month, the Israeli army demolished several Palestinian structures in the communities of al-Hadidiya and the al-Musafa area east of Jiftlik village. In ...

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A JCB bulldozer, guarded by Israeli occupation forces, is used to uproot olive trees on private Palestinian land near Nabi Elias in the occupied West Bank in order to build a road for Israeli settlers, 16 January 2017.

British firm JCB helps Israel commit war crimes

Occupation authorities have given residents of the Palestinian village of Khan al-Ahmar until 1 October to demolish their own homes. Earlier this month Israel’s highest court gave final approval to destroy the West Bank village to make way for Israeli settlements. If the residents don’t comply, Israel is expected to send in its bulldozers any ...

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Israeli court rules to demolish Khan al-Ahmar village

Home to 180 Palestinians, village’s demolition expected soon by Israeli army as rights groups denounce move. Palestinians and right groups condemned a decision by an Israeli court that gave the green light for the military to demolish a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank, forcibly evicting 180 residents there. ...

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