Palestines crops rot after Israeli ban

02 September 1997

Palestines crops rot after Israeli ban

THE World Bank said crops were rotting because Palestinian farmers had been
stopped from harvesting them.

Closures were imposed on the West Bank and Gaza after the double suicide-bombing of a Jerusalem market in July. Palestinians have been prevented from farming their land and from selling
their produce.

Now Israel is starting to ease the closures, and some groups will be
allowed in.

  • Financial Times 02/09/97 page 4
  • The Independent 02/09/97 page 10
  • The Guardian 02/09/97 page 13
  • The Daily Telegraph 02/09/97 page 16

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