Israeli forces seized a water network used for irrigating grape trees in the village of al-Jiftlik in the Jordan Valley, according to local activist Aref Daraghmeh.
Human Rights Violation: Israeli forces and Israeli Civil Administration that cut off water supply.
Israeli forces & the Israeli Civil Administration cut off the water supply for 2600 Palestinians living in the Bardala Village in the Jordan Valley of the West Bank on Wed, 3/6/19 pic.twitter.com/PMzuBoEldG
— Alice Rothchild, MD (@AliceRothchild) March 11, 2019
Daraghmeh told WAFA that Israeli forces raided the village and seized the network that belonged to a local farmer who used it for eight years to irrigate around 30 dunums of his land planted with grape vines.
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He expressed concern that the crop, which is beginning to bloom, may go to waste without the water.
(Wafa, PC, Social Media)