After Ulpana ordeal, are the Palestinian landowners closer to justice?
'Imagine I would come to Tel Aviv, take a plot of land, build on it and forge documents,' says Hasan, who has not been able to access his land for 20 years.
We stood on a rocky hill at the edge of the village of Dura-al-Qara, with Harbi Hasan and Abdel Rahman Qasem. For nearly 20 years now, they have not been allowed access to their lands. The row of red-roofed stone buildings on the ridge opposite is built on Hasan's land, while the row of gray, skeletal buildings is on Qasem's property. Their construction has been stopped, for now, by court order.