West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli occupation bulldozers razed on Tuesday Palestinians agriculture lands in the town of Huwwara, south of West Bank city of Nablus.
Ghassan Douglas, in charge of the settlement file, in the northern West Bank said that Israeli occupation bulldozers started Tuesday early morning razing the Palestinian agriculture lands in Hawara camp, south of Nablus.
Douglas explained that the razing process done in order to pave the settlement road, that was decided to be paved in last April, which is 7 kilometers in length.
He explained that the razing process will be resulted in expropriating of about 406 dunums of land from 7 villages, south of Nablus.
He explained that the bypass road will cause heavy losses on agricultural lands, and it will enhance the policy of apartheid.
The bulldozers of the occupation, began few days ago to construct a new settlement road, which reaches about 8 kilometers in length, to link the settlements south of Nablus, "Shilo" and "Eila" with the Jordan Valley settlements.
These maps are part of Yigal Alon plan, the Minister of Labor in Israeli occupation government in 1967, which aims to cut the West Bank and promote the separation policy, and link the settlements to a major road network intended only for settlers, reaching the Jordan River.