Settlers begin building new settlement units in the Jordan Valley

Today, Sunday, settlers began building new settlement units in the “Shadmot Michola” settlement, which is built on Palestinian lands in the northern Jordan Valley.

According to human rights activist Aref Daraghmeh, settlers have started building settlement units in the settlement, which means devouring more lands. 

“Shedmot Michola” is one of the settlements scattered in the northern Jordan Valley. It was established in 1979 as an agricultural settlement. The number of settlers in 2016 reached about 608, and in 2018 its total area was 363 dunums of citizens’ lands in the Jordan Valley.

In the same context, today, settlers built a room made of wood and “zinc” panels in the lands of Khirbet al-Farisiyah in the northern Jordan Valley. 

Daraghmeh said that settlers built a room made of wood and zinc panels in the lands between the settlements of “Rotem” and “Shadmot Michola,” which are built on the citizens’ lands in Al Farisiyah in the northern Jordan Valley.


He warned that this room would be the nucleus of a new settlement outpost in the Jordan Valley, like the previous outposts that began in this way, and are now closing countless areas of pastoral lands to the Palestinians. 


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