Saturday, August 19, 2017

seam zone

  • Cut off from water and electricity, Abu Farda stands alone | December 19, 2012
    Arab Abu Farda is a Bedouin village which for the past 60 years has received no basic amenities such as water and electricity, and little help from the outside community. It is situated South of Qalqiliya in what is known as the ‘seam zone’, which is the land between the green line and the Apartheid Wall. This land is classified as a closed... .....
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