Palestinian agricultural areas suffered $1.5 million in damages because of Israel’s determination to open rainwater floodgates, Anadolu reported.
In line with the Palestinian Ministry of Agriculture within the Gaza Strip, Israel has to this point flooded almost 700 dunums of agricultural land together with 600 dunums (148 acres) east of Gaza Metropolis, and 100 dunams (24.7 acres) east of the city of Beit Hanoun.
— The Palestine Chronicle (@PalestineChron) February 20, 2021
The ministry added that Israel has opened floodgates twice this month, and known as on human rights organizations to instantly intervene and cease the Israeli violations towards the agricultural sector in Gaza.
Israel has constructed quite a lot of dams to carry again rainwater alongside the japanese and northern borders of the Gaza Strip to forestall it from naturally flowing into Gaza.
📽️Israeli Forces Open Floodgates close to Gaza, Destroy #Palestinian Crops.
Israeli occupation forces at this time opened floodgates close to the japanese borders of the #Gaza Strip for the second day, flooding huge tracts of Palestinian #agricultural land.🇵🇸#Cruel_savages✊😡 pic.twitter.com/bfsrezfq7B
— keivan (@keivanshyghan) February 20, 2021
After heavy rains, the Israeli authorities open the gates in the direction of the Palestinian agricultural lands in Gaza.
(MEMO, PC, Social Media)