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Palestinians protest against the appropriation of their land by Israeli settlers

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Jordan Valley, Aug 6 (EFE/EPA), (Camera: Alaa Bardarneh).- A dozen Palestinians protested against the confiscation of their land in the Jordan Valley by Israeli settlers, who confronted the protesters to prevent them from reaching the land they claim. According to local media, Israeli settlers from the settlement of Mehola appropriated Palestinian land and its olive groves.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST IN THE JORDAN VALLEY AREA AND OF ISRAELI SETTLERS ARGUING WITH THE PROTESTERS.

Added on the 06/08/2020 14:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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