Israeli Occupation Machineries to seal off Cremisan Valley from the rest of Beit Jala city lands
On the 26th of March 2017, the Israeli occupation Machinery commenced the work on the segregation wall in Cremisan Valley in Beit Jala city. The work comes according to previous Israeli military orders and maps that were issued by the so-called “Israeli Ministry of Defense” in the past few years lining up the path of the Israeli segregation wall in the area with the aim to annexing the Cremisan Valley area to become part of the illegally and unilaterally redrawn Jerusalem Municipality boundary of 1967.
During a field visit to the affected area, the Applied Research Institute – Jerusalem field team watched Israeli heavy machineries adding fences on one side of an already existing asphalt road which was constructed some years ago as part of a chain-link type wall that is planned to be constructed in the area of Cremisan Valley. For more related information, read the following report
“Continuation of Israel’s policy of land expropriation”
The Israeli Court grants “Israel’s Defense Ministry” the green light to build the Segregation wall on lands of Cremisan
Below are some photos of Israeli Machinery working on the wall in Cremisan Valley area.
The Applied Research Institute – Jerusalem