Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Israeli forces started on Monday morning uprooting Palestinian trees in Beit Jala near to holy city of Bethlehem to resume building Apartheid Wall.
Director of the municipality of Beit Jala Nadeem al-Na’san said that a number of Israeli bulldozers started razing Palestinian lands and uproot old olive trees in the suburb of Beir Ona in order to resume building the Apartheid Wall.
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Beir Ona is an archaeological site, and razing it to build the Apartheid Wall means dividing the Cremisan Valley Monastery into two halves.
Israeli Supreme Court in July issued a decision giving the occupation forces the green light to precede building of the Separation Wall in the valley.
The Court overturned a previous decision to halt the construction of the Wall in the Cremisan and its surroundings.
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Building this part of the Wall, Al-Na’san said, completely separates the Palestinian farmers from their farms, which are planned to be behind the Wall.