Palestinian farmers return to their land

As Palestinian landowners prepare to take court action to halt the construction of a new Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, farmers are being given a temporary reprieve.

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    As Palestinian landowners prepare to take court action to halt the construction of a new Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, farmers are being given a temporary reprieve.

    They are being allowed back to land that was previously blocked by security forces.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Ramallah.


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