Israeli factories damaging Palestinian farms

Since the beginning of the year, some 60 new Israeli companies have moved into the occupied West Bank, according to local media reports. But Palestinians say that, as more factories open, the increased pollution destroys their farmland.

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    Since the beginning of the year, some 60 new Israeli companies have moved into the occupied West Bank, according to local media reports.

    But Palestinians say that, as more factories open, the increased pollution destroys their farmland.

    Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan reports from Tulkarm.


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