One year after the Al-Aqaba Village Council, east of Tubas in northeastern West Bank, filed an appeal with an Israeli court in an attempt to save the village’s water network, the court decided to deny it.

Sami Sadeq, the head of Al-Aqaba Village Council, told the WAFA Palestinian News Agency that the court informed him of its decision, Thursday, and added that he intends to take the case to the High Court.

The network is about six kilometers long, and provides running water to more than seventy homes in addition to various public buildings and facilities.

The water network is essential for more than 400 Palestinians, and the Village Council received the first demolition notice a year ago, and instantly filed an appeal.