In a demonstration at the village of Beit Omer, north of the West Bank city of Hebron, farmers from the village accessed their land for the first time since four years.

Local farmers, foreign and Israeli peace activists marched together to challenge the Israeli army restrictions that are preventing the local farmers from entering  their lands.

Currently, the Israeli army forces are confiscating the villagers’ lands to build a road to be used by settlers from the nearby Karmi Tzur settlement.

Ta’yoush, a joint Israeli Palestinian and foreign organization, organized the demonstration and headed for the lands in order to encourage farmers to return.