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Israeli occupation forces destroy electricity grid, water well in Beit Ola village in Al-Khalil

[ PIC 06/05/2013 – 01:34 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) removed an electricity grid and destroyed a water well and other agricultural installations in Beit Ola village in Al-Khalil for their proximity to the separation wall. Mohammed Al-Omla, the chairman of the village’s municipal council, told Quds Press on Monday that […]

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Jewish settlers poison water well in Al-Khalil

[ PIC 27/04/2013 – 12:08 PM ] AL-KHALIL, (PIC)– Jewish settlers poured poisonous material in a Palestinian water well south of Al-Khalil on Friday night. Ratib Al-Jabour, the coordinator for the committee against settlement and the wall in southern Al-Khalil, said in a press release on Saturday that the water well is owned by Shehade […]

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Occupation prevents restoration of water wells in northern Jordan Valley

[ PIC 03/03/2013 – 09:44 PM ] NORTHERN JORDAN VALLEY, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces prevented residents of two hamlets in northern Jordan Valley from repairing and restoring five wells that form their main source of water. Local sources said that the residents of Khirbat al Hadidiya have started few days ago repairing two wells, but […]

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Israeli Bulldozers Raze Land, Demolish Water-Well

WAFA FEB 23 2012 HEBRON, February 23, 2012 (WAFA) – Israeli bulldozers Thursday razed 30 dunums of Palestinian-owned cultivated land and demolished a water well in Surif, a town northwest of Hebron, according to official sources. Surif mayor Mousa al-Sha’er told WAFA that Israeli bulldozers accompanied with soldiers razed 30 dunums, demolished a water well […]

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Israel Occupation Forces serves demolition notice to owner of water well

[ 11/08/2011 – 11:30 AM ] JERICHO, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) served a notice to a Palestinian citizen in Nuwaima village, Jericho province, that his water well would be razed because it was built without permit in area C of the West Bank. Local sources charged that the notice fell in line with the […]

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