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Israeli plan to isolate four Palestinian villages from Bethlehem

Palestine Information Center – August 11, 2018

BETHLEHEM – The Israeli occupation government has embarked on carrying out a massive settlement project that will lead to the isolation of four Palestinian villages from Bethlehem in the West Bank as a prelude to annexing them as Israeli state land.

The new plan is aimed at turning the villages of Battir, Wadi Fukin, Nahalin and Husan, which are located in the west of Bethlehem province, into communities under Israel’s sovereignty after isolating them from Bethlehem.

The area where those villages are located is called locally Arqoub villages and there are about 20,000 Palestinian citizens living there.

According to the plan, Israel intends to expand Road 60 that lead to the illegal settlement of Beitar Illit, which was built on annexed land in Bethlehem, and connect it with roads between these villages to make this new expanded road available only for Jewish settlers.

On the ground, Israeli engineers and surveyors started to put up signs and numbers in the heart of Nahalin town to prepare for the plan.

August 11, 2018 - Posted by | Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism | , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. And make their residents Israeli citizens? Not bloody likely, they’re goyim. They’ll all be expelled, won’t they? The Zionist project in a nutshell. Grab the land, get rid of the people, Jews only.

    Comment by traducteur | August 11, 2018 | Reply

    • And, it will be fully sanctioned by “The World’s Policeman”……Too easy!

      Comment by Brian Harry, Australia | August 11, 2018 | Reply


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