As part of Corporate Watch’s efforts to map settlement exports from the Jordan Valley, we visited the illegal Israeli settlement of Ro’i earlier this
given by Corporate Watch at the Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair: http://sheffield.indymedia.org.uk/2010/05/451860.html
Almost every morning, between 3 and 4am, hundreds of workers from outside the Jordan Valley, from towns as far away as Nablus and even
Corporate Watch paid a visit to Agrexco’s packing house on the land of the illegal settlement of Kibbutz Kalia, on the Northern Coast of
Despite the fact that there is -as demonstrated by this web-site- clearly a lot of more work to be done for people campaigning for
Netiv Hagdud and Gilgal are two illegal Israeli settlements set back from Route 90 South of Fasayil and Tomer in the occupied Jordan Valley. Between
Tomer is an illegal Israeli settlement of nearly 300 people close to the Palestinian community of Fasayil. It employs Palestinian and Thai workers, the
Arava – www.arv.co.il – Arava Export Growers is the third largest agricultural export company in Israel, with export sales of about € 60 million.