Israel Removes Dozens Of Bedouin Families In The Jordan Valley
The Al-Maleh and the Bedouin Tribes Village Council in the Jordan Valley reported that Israeli soldiers started, on Monday evening, the eviction of dozens of Bedouin families in the area in preparation to conduct military training.
The council said that the army distributed, two days ago, dozens of written military orders in Hammamat al-Maleh, Al-Meeta, Al-Borj, Um Aj-Jmal, Wadi Al-Fau, Khirbit Samra and Ar-Ras Al-Ahmar demanding the Bedouins to leave, and threatened to remove them by force and to confiscate their tents, property and livestock.
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