Israel Shuts Down School To Replace It With Military Training Base
Israeli sources reported that, last week, Israeli soldiers forced closure of a Palestinian elementary school in Khribit Jibna village, in the south Hebron hills, in the southern part of the West Bank, in order to replace it with a military base.
Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported that the "Israel Civil Administration”, part of the Israeli military administration in the occupied Palestinian Territories, ordered the school demolished despite the fact that it is the only school in the area. The nearest school is now in Yatta village, more than twenty kilometers away.
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