Israeli Forces Seize Agricultural Tractors in Jordan Valley


Israeli forces stormed, on Monday morning, the village of Khirbet Abziq, east of Tubas in the northern Jordan Valley, and seized two agricultural tractors while abusing Palestinian citizens.


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Witnesses said, according to Al Ray, that Israeli soldiers broke into AL-Madareb, in Khirbet Abziq, and seized two agricultural tractors belonging to Fayez Nghneghya and Nemr Horoub, and took them to a nearby military camp.

They pointed out that the seizure happened repeatedly, in an attempt to harass citizens and force them to leave Khirbet Abziq.

More than two dozens of tractors were confiscated in different areas of the Jordan Valley, over recent months.


ED Noor: Just a reminder of the geographic lay of the land.

It is noteworthy that dozens of citizens living in Khirbet Abziq, mostly refugees from the pre-1948 occupied territories, are being deprived of many basic essential services under Israeli policies. The tractors are used for agriculture and water transference.

ED Noor: Israel wants them out. Plain and simple. This is not news but in its current madness, these folks are stirring every pot they can and trying to create as much chaos as possible, wherever possible, whenever possible. Israel has no set borders and never shall if she has anything to say about it since her only goal is to expand.

Source: IMEMC News

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  1. #1 by Chris Safos on 01/16/2017 - 9:34

    the so called chosen people act like they can terrorize people whenever they want.

  2. #2 by Fernando de Sousa Falcão on 01/26/2017 - 9:34

    Besides terrorists they are thieves

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