West Bank village demolished for Israel's Wall
Agricultural buildings in West Bank village demolished for Israel's illegal wall
INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY MOVEMENT — Residents in the West Bank village of Fundook awoke at 7 a.m. this morning to the sound of their livelihood being demolished as heavy equipment sent there by the Israeli military began demolishing agricultural structures to make way for Israel's illegal Annexation Barrier.
Fundook is a small village in the West Bank that
is located near the illegal settlements of Ariel and
Kedumin. The wall is being built through a huge swath of the
villager's farmland, denying them of basic rights to food
and to earn an income from their agricultural work.