Water inequality in the West Bank (Credit: Jewish Voice for Peace)


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First-person account by former Deputy Director of Jewish Voice for Peace’s Cecilie Surasky on a recent trip to the West Bank.

In the village of Nabi Saleh, Palestinians have access to water for 12 hours per week. On the other hand, the nearby Israeli settlers consume water whenever they like. Manal Tamimi describes the situation in her village in this video.

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