For Jewish settlers, the grass is always greener
While agricultural lands cultivated by settlers in the West Bank are blossoming, those belonging to Palestinian farmers are in dire need of investment - and water. A case study.
“Among picturesque settlements and vineyards of leading boutique wineries lies Shiloh − the ancient city that housed the Tabernacle and served as the first capital of the Israelites for 369 years,” says the website of the Mateh Binyamin Regional Council, which is seeking to develop a new economic sector in the region: tourism. The council is in particular trying to attract local tourists...
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