Palestinian village left without water after army shuts down tap

NABLUS, The Israeli army shut down on Wednesday water supply to Foroush Beit Dajan village, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, according to Tawfiq el-Haj Mohammad, head of the village council.

He said the army had shut down the water line to the village, which the residents rely on for their water supply, claiming that the pipelines were not legal.

He said Israel is trying to push the Palestinians out of their village using all means, including shutting water supply to the village.

He warned that without water, agricultural and the livestock will be affected.

Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency