Israel completes building Apartheid Wall in Al-Khalil

Israel completes building Apartheid Wall in Al-Khalil

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In 2004, the International Court of Justice ruled that this Apartheid Wall is illegal because it is built on the basis racial discrimination.

Israeli occupation completed building of 26-mile part of its Apartheid Wall in South Hills of West Bank city of Al-Khalil, Israeli media reported on Wednesday.
Israeli Apartheid Wall is expected to reach 440 miles when it is completed. Up to 88 per cent of which is planned inside occupied Palestinian territories.

Israeli occupation completed building of 26-mile part of its Apartheid Wall in South Hills of West Bank city of Al-Khalil, Israeli media reported on Wednesday.

The 20-feet high concrete wall with barbed wires and cameras was erected between the Tarquimiya crossing and the illegal Israeli settlement of Meitar.

In 2004, the International Court of Justice ruled that this Apartheid Wall is illegal because it is built on the basis racial discrimination.

Occupation authorities resumed building the wall earlier this year as a punitive response to a deadly attack in Tel Aviv allegedly carried out in June last year by Palestinians from the village of Yatta in Al-Khalil.

“The completion of the wall in the south Hills of Al-Khalil is part of the efforts being carried out by the Israeli defence ministry to significantly increase the security of Israeli Jewish settlers in the area, as well as all Israeli citizens,” Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said.

Israeli Apartheid Wall is expected to reach 440 miles whem it is completed. Up to 88 per cent of which is planned inside occupied Palestinian territories.

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