Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Farmland razed in village where recently mosque was burned

Israel's Civil Administration razed farmland and a barn owned by a resident of the Beit Fajjar village in the southern West Bank district of Bethlehem on Monday.
Raed Taqatqa, the land owner, said Israeli forces sought to control the area near the village's main road and that of Al-Ma'sara, the site of demonstrations against Israel's separation wall.
Taqatqa said the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that he was the owner of the land in question and that he had a right to reclaim the area. He added that settlers often raided his land and have threatened him to return.
 Beit Fajjar is the same village where on 4 October the mosque was damaged by fire that most probably was started by settlers. Coincidence??

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