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Israel’s high court has issued an injunction against extending the separation barrier through the Palestinian village of Batir, famed for its 2,500-year-old terraces and aqueducts.
Joshua Mitnick, Correspondent /
May 19, 2013
After scarring the ancient landscapes of Jerusalem and Bethlehem in the name of security, Israel’s separation barrier had been slated to carve through this Palestinian village’s 2,500-year old farm terraces and aqueducts.