The Palestinian family with its own checkpoint – BBC News

By | February 16, 2020

The Palestinian family with its own checkpoint – BBC News
The Palestinian family with its own checkpoint – BBC News
It’S extraordinary how we can see this afternoon near the house has a right here, just through the fence: you’ll completely sealed off Minneapolis Stadium, Village and just across the way. Here is an Israeli settlement. You can really get a sense of how close it is 167cm over there, except for one home, a Palestinian home that the Israelis have completely surrounded by this huge fence. I’M going to go talk to the family, I just how seriously for these Riley’s they take their supposed to the family.

Here they describe is like being in a prison inside a cage. Russian culinary agent set calendar. cheesecake recipes stop playing, so the kids are the fence. Do that we stuck in the web, the gas just now from the soldier said the traffic is. It is stuck at display to get right round back to where we started hello, I’m Tom nice to meet you, I’m really sorry with sidelites. How are you, Bakersfield churches in corner of the world says well in a building, settlements is illegal, and what do you think when you hear that Capital, One banks near me, Jerusalem, many years in Jerusalem? Why did you choose to come and build your house here and in the sacrament this side of this fence through a minute to check for Palestinian behind the list? Well, it is always said: building them by Israel is illegal.


How is President Trump’s plan to solve the Israeli Palestinian conflict being received on the ground?

The BBC’s Middle East correspondent Tom Bateman went to visit two homes in the occupied West Bank; starting with a Palestinian family whose house is in a fenced off enclave within an Israeli settlement.

Israel has said it intends to formally annex all settlements in the West Bank based on President Trump’s plan.

But the US proposals are rejected by the Palestinians, who say its vision of a state for them is unacceptable.

About 600,000 Jews live in about 140 settlements built since Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem in 1967.

The settlements are considered illegal under international law, though Israel disputes this.

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