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What is affected
InfrastructureWater
InfrastructureWater
Type of violation Demolition/destruction
Dispossession/confiscation
Date 26 May 2020
Region MENA
Country Palestine
City al-Sawiya village, west of Salfit

Affected persons (number & composition)

Total 2301
Men 0
Women 0
Children 0
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Demolition/destruction
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Duty holder(s) /responsible party(ies)

State
Military occupation forces
Brief narrative

Israeli Authorities Order Ten Palestinian-owned Water Wells Closed

 

IMEMC & Agencies 

 

 

Israeli military authorities reportedly plan to shut down ten Palestinian-owned water wells, to the west of city Salfit, in the northern occupied West Bank.

 

Local Palestinian sources in the al-Sawiya village in western Salfit, told media outlets including the Palestine WAFA News Agency, that Israeli military authorities delivered shutdown warrants to the owners of those wells.

 

WAFA identified the owners as Maher Qadous, Moneer Shamlawi, Rebhi Abu Nab’a, Adnan Hamdan, Netham Hamouda, Haroun Mowqadi, Jamal Mesleh, Rajy Shaqoura and Shehada Dahbour. All are local farmers in the al-Sawiya village.

 

Palestinian Authority sources in the occupied West Bank, where Israel has full security control over large parts of the area, have recently noted that Israeli authorities have begun decreasing the water supply for the Palestinian population, in many West Bank areas.

 

Observers warn that such Israeli measures, in the context of the recent Israeli announcement that the occupation authorities would start annexing large parts of the West Bank in July, subjecting the entire West Bank including the agriculture-rich area of northern al-Aghwar of the Jordan Valley, to full Israeli security control.

 

 

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Population of al-Sawiya was 2,301 in 2019 according to Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/As-Sawiya

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