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IOF Military Training Exercises in the Jordan Valley


4th April 2016|International Solidarity Movement | Al-Khalil Team, occupied Palestine In the north of the Jordan Valley, and adjacent to the town of Tubass, are three agricultural communities: Yarza (with 4 families), Ibzk (13 families) and Samre (11 families). These ...

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Four families made homeless in a day

Fathe Abdullah Ahmad Tareeq in front of Mohammed Abu Amers family's demolished home.

28th of April 2015 | International Solidarity Movement & Jordan Valley Solidarity | Fasayil, Jordan Valley, Occupied Palestine Yesterday morning (27th of April 2015) at 5 am in the area of al Makhrouk, al Jiftlik, the Israeli military arrived with ...

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55 buildings demolished in Al Maleh

Update: On 19th January morning Israeli forces demolished and confiscated emergency aid, including 18 Red Cross tents, provided to displaced families in Hamamat Al Maleh. The whole area was declared closed military zone and observers and journalists were not allowed ...

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Support the communities of Fasay’il al Wusta


28 December 2012 | Jordan Valley Solidarity, Fasay’il al Wusta, Occupied Palestine Located in-between the settlements of Petza’el and Tomer in area C, the community in Fasay’il al Wusta is prevented from accessing running water or electricity, they are not allowed ...

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More evictions for army training in the Jordan Valley

10th December 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, Jordan Valley, Occupied Palestine. 5am in Homsa in the northern Jordan Valley. Abdullah Ghanni, his family and his livestock are on the move under the watchful eyes of the Israeli Army. Two days ...

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March for freedom ride, Palestine

Freedom Bus Event in the Jordan Valley

28 November 2012 | Freedom Theatre, West Bank Dear Friends, Communities in the Jordan Valley and South Hebron Hills are in grave risk of being entirely expelled from their traditional homelands. They are therefore calling on people of conscience to ...

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