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Israeli Authorities Reveal Distribution of West Bank Land

Published on Apr 25, 2013

State lands in the occupied West Bank were declared by Israel for the use of the local population, but were used mainly for the colonization of the West Bank

The Settlers (2002)

Uploaded on Nov 21, 2011

An in-depth documentary focusing on the lives and aspirations of Hebron’s Jewish settler community, particularly from awoman’s perspective.

“Natural growth” of Israeli settlements

Uploaded on Jun 23, 2009

More at http://therealnews.com/t/index.php?op…

Israeli settlement construction, including “natural growth” hampers advancement of two-state solution

History of the West Bank & Israeli Settlements – Part 1-4

Uploaded on Jun 16, 2009


Following the Obama Administration’s criticism of Israeli West Bank settlements, Shalom TV offers a summary of the history of West Bank sovereignty from 1920 to the present and the legal issues relating to Israeli settlements.

Shalom TV is an American Jewish cable television network carried nationwide on Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS, Cox, Bright House, MetroCast, Service Electric, RCN, Armstrong, Buckeye, and Blue Ridge systems. The free nonpartisan network is available in more than 37 million homes in the US. Complete programming information is posted online at http://www.shalomtv.com.

Documentary: Settlements and Palestinian Water Supply

Uploaded on Dec 5, 2007

The Bidu-Qatanna village bloc, in Ramallah District, suffers from a severe water shortage, as do many other areas in the Occupied Territories . Mekorot, the Israeli water company, supplies only one-half of the water consumed by the 50,000 villagers of this area. To meet the rest of their water needs, the villagers have to buy water from private suppliers at a much higher price and store it in unsanitary conditions. As a result, the residents are forced to consume poor-quality water and use it in small quantities. Meanwhile, the 3,000 settlers in the nearby settlement of Har Adar receive an unlimited amount of water, which comes from the same reservoir. (September 2007). www.btselem.org

B’Tselem is an Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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