Accelerating building activity reported in Jordan Valley settlement

[ 19/05/2011 – 03:02 PM ]

TOBAS, (PIC)– Citizens in Ein Al-Baida village to the east of Tobas city in the Jordan Valley have reported that Jewish settlers were accelerating building activity in the nearby settlement of Mikhola.

They said that the settlers were building eight new housing units in Mikhola, which is only one kilometer away from the village.

The settlement was among the first built in the Jordan Valley on Ein Al-Baida village land after the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem in 1967.

The village, along with four others, is separated from Tobas by an Israeli military roadblock and the Israeli occupation forces confiscated vast areas of those villages for the sake of building army training camps other than the areas seized for the construction settlements.


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