Israeli Forces Dismantle Four Palestinian-owned Produce Stalls, Stop Construction of Structures

28 May
7:51 AM

Aref Daraghmeh, a local activist, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that Israeli forces dismantled four stalls set up by residents to be used to sell vegetables and fruits, in Bardala and Ein al-Bayda villages, Northern Jordan Valley.

It was noted that troops also confiscated large amounts of the produce, reducing the amount of potential income for Palestinians who owned the stalls and produce.

In related news, Israeli authorities ordered a halt on the construction of structures in al-Walaja village, west of the city of Bethlehem, said a local source.

Coordinator of the local Anti-Wall and Settlement Committee, Hassan Breija and the village mayor, Khader al-‘Araj, told WAFA that Israeli forces invaded Ein Jowaize area and delivered military order to stop the construction of retaining walls, belonging to a local villager, in addition to several house basements and a water well.

Related: Israeli Court Rules Against Demolition of Dozens of Palestinian Family Homes
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Ali Salam

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