Abud Village

Film        Dead Olives & Settlements: Three Farmers in Abud         6.30 mins                   Jan 2013               BADIL


In 1981, Israeli colonisation of the village of Abud began as the settlement of Beit Arye was established. As settlement expansion continued through following decades, a secondary colonisation took shape with the construction of the Apartheid Wall in 2005. With the completion of the Wall, nearly 6,000 dunums of Abud had been colonised, and thousands of olive trees had been destroyed. These trees had sustained the village, and its community for thousands of years...


A short documentary film by 'BADIL's Ongoing Nakba Education Center'.

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