The color of water tries to disclose another facet of the Israeli occupation and the ongoing dirty war against the Palestinian civilians living in diaspora with their access to any source of water being cut off. The situation is ever more drastic in the Jordan Valley where entire communities of Palestinians are dying out because of thirst and shortage of water. When communities are all but gone the lands are up for grab by claiming them to be no men lands.
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“All the settlements are located in strategic points…”
Sequence of amateur video of israel? army harassing the Press: “Put it down”; “We are going, we are going…”
Abu Sakker, Palestinian Bedouin: “ The Israeli settlers are like a c?ncer…Tjey kill you and there is no cure for it”
Sequence of amateur video of an israel? soldier loading a gun and pointing it to a Palestinian civilian;
Said, Qatanna´s inhabitant: “ They turned our land into a desert. They take all the water from us…(strong wind, dust around him) They pkant trees and water their flowers while we have no water even to drink”
Shots of swimmingpool inside a settlement, deep water sign, man swimming
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordn Valley shepherd“They can have swimming pools while we are prohibited from digging Wells and get water. “
Palestinian farmer filling water to his animals;
Palestinian watermen inside a car; car moving;
Palestinian waterman: “The israelis dont give us a minute of peace! They will see…”
MIX from the sequence to the Title “The color of Water”
Sound of digging over the title ;
CS of someone digging and black water coming out of the hole;
Man moving to another place and start digging;
Black water coming out og the ground;
Open shot of a Palestinian man digging in Jordan Valley, small river running near; all arid around;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd “We need to dig, if not we will die without water.”
Close Shot of the farmer digging, looking for water; water coming out black;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“There is no water. There is even not a drop. We have to dig here and there and collect the water in containers…the crisis of water hangs us…There is almost nothing! They should bring us water from 30km away…
Water is expensive. They charge us 250 shekels to bring us water here, while the real cost is just 30 Shekels.”
Farmer digging in different places around looking for water; various shots of the farmer digging;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“If I can use a borehole drill I do not need to use my hands. In two hours, we can have a pond using that drill.”
Thirsthy dog; Palestinian farmers, man in a donkey passing behind;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“The drill is totally forbidden! If they find us with that drill here, they can fine us 6-7 thousand shekels.”
Man ridding a donkey in a hill; animals drinking water from a small river;
Man arriving on a donkey;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“We are not allowed to dig anything, even this small place…But we need to dig…to get water for the animals and ourselves…we need water.”
Man tied a donkey to a tree; man takes a bucket and runs down the hill;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“The water is very Little and not even good for laundry. Do you see here? But since there is no alternative, we need to use it…”
GS of the small river, animals around and man collecting water and putting it for the animals to drink;
Sheeps coming down the hill looking for water;
MS of sheeps drinking; more sheeps coming down the hill;
Amorce of palestinian farmer looking into the sheeps passing by; man filling water to the sheeps;
CS water and sheeps drinking;
Farmers with their sheeps around, drinking water;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd (sitting beside a tree) “The spring is very powerful…The spring has “sweet” water to drink but there is no more…We’re forced to go further away to get the water, and the settlers ban us from doing that. We need to develop the spring but they dont allow us and they later forbade us to approach it. My friend used to go with his camels but he cannot do it anymore…”
Sequence video israel? army arriving at a place where israel? settlers are preventing palestinians to work their land;
Settlers harassing palestinian farmers;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd (sitting under a tree): “The settlement has the backing of the Israeli government and has infrastructure…The Arabs have no infrastructure and have no state to defend their rights. We cannot talk to the settlers in a violent way…
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd (MS): “My dear they surround the water-catchment ?rea. Especially the settlement called “the triangle”. There is sweet water but we have no access. We used to get water there with containers but they forbade us.
They said they want to take shower with this water. The last time, they shot a camel and killed it.”
CAMELS grazing; pan to a herd of camels grazing in a very dry land;
Zoom out ;
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordn Valley shepherd“All our life depends on camels. All the inhabitants here.
Shots of Jordan valley, camels grazing, man riding a donkey;
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordn Valley shepherd“The water situation is very bad. The settlers do not llow us to get to the water sources-not the army or the government; there is another source but its completely dry. There are no water pipes and bringing it from fa rus very expensive. The goal is to kick out the Arab inhabitants. Its a clear strategy.
There are pipes in the military base but they do not give us any water. We even offered to pay for the water but they totally refused!”
Camels grazing around, dry ground; camel Herder on a donkey getting around the camels;
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordan Valley shepherd“Our numbers were double before. But they’ve all left. They used to do military training here and they didnt care wheteher we are here or not…They shot cannosn here, bombs fell, and people became scared and left the ?rea…and the bombs burn all the vegetation. They put us under pressure to leave and there is no water. They dont even allow schools on the ?rea.
The people that have many animals cannot pay 100 Shekels every day for water, It was either paying for animal feed or water.
Shots of camels herd walking around the valley;
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordan Valley shepherd“We are eight in my family. 3 of my sons go to school by bus. If there is no bus, we should rent romos near school. We need to send to school our sons. They dont allow us to build schools here.
its forbidden! You cannot have any construction in your house, otherwise they will destroy it. Three months ago they destroyed my animal shelter.
Sequence of a video showing settlers attacking Palestinians in their houses; Israeli army harassing palestinian family; army entering palestinian houses:
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“I’ll die before we will get a state! The situation is really bad. Just a small portion of the land is under Palestinians and there is no stability there! If there is no land you cannot live. We are livinh here from a long time ago. Even before the British rule. Even the Ottomans found us here. They kicked uso ut from all the ?reas and this isa ll what we have left. Even the land under Palestinian control, there is no water.
All the villages here need to bring water by tankers.
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordan Valley shepherd“ I think there is no solution except that the Israeii State leaves. When they find water resources, they keep it. Wherever they dig, they use powerful pumps to suck all the water from the surrounding ?rea.
Farmer with a donkey coming down the hill; sheeps drinking water;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“Our hope is with God. Sometimes the good people fall while oppressors are elevated. God knows best. All our faith is with Him and we believe in life.
Shots of the valley, animals drinking water, arch of an old construction;
Sheeps on the top of an old Wall;
Abu Mohammad, Jordan Valley shepherd“The sweet water…Did you see this water? Even if you are thirsty, you can never drink it but we use it because we have no choice.
Water is life. Man can live without food for a long time, but not without water…not even for 3 days.
Because of the heat here, you cant last 24 hours without water. Water is life.
Camel Herder on a donkey, camels walking behind;
Salem Salman Nejad, Jordan Valley shepherd“ There is no future for us in this place. We will need to sell our camels and go work for the Israelis or in settlements. Or retunr to south of Khalil (Hebron). The situation will not improve and this talk about peace is nothing. Its not worth a glass of water.”
Pan dow from the face of camel’s Herder to his feet;
Zoom out from jewish settlement to fence; camels passing by beside the fence;
Camels walking up to the hill;
zoom out from Photos of Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Perez on a Wall;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head “the government says, they invited us to come here, to come to the Jordan Valley.
Zoom out from photos to the settler’s chief sitting behind a desk looking at a computer;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“So, they took buses and took us from all over the countries and said “this is very important for us, come and settle down here. And they gave us the possibility of being farmers.
Open shot settler’s chief sitting at a desk, looking at a computer, israel? flag behind him and photos of Netanyahu and Shimon Perez on the Wall;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“When we came here it was a desert, nobody lived here. “
Close shot of settler’s chief hand working on the computer;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“There were small palestinian villages but it was a desert.
MS of settler’s chief sitting at the desk;
Zoom out from computer screen where we can see an old photo of the Jordan Valley;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“All of this was a desert, was desert…”
Interviewer question: This is where we are now?
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head: “This is south of us, this is Jordan River, and you can see here the Dead Sea. And this is Jericho.
Interviewer question: It was a desert, yes…
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“A desert, yes…and i have some closest pictures where you can see…OK, you see? This is Jordan River. You see how it was. This is Jordan…
Interviewer question: This is from 1931?
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head: In 1931, this is Jordan Valley. This is Jordan, this is Jordan River.
OLD photos of Jordan Valley in the computer screen;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headSo, it took 42 years, till 1968 to the first village in the Jordan Valley, it was not a civilian village, it was a military village…”
Settler’s chief standing with a map behind;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“ So, after one year, two years it became civilian villages. And after 42 years we have here 48.000 dunhams agriculture. “
CS of the map showing settlements in the Jordan Valley; map pan down
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“In the Jordan Valley, all the concept of the Jordan Valley was built under the concept of defense, 3 defense lines.
Settlers’s chief showing in the map;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“One defense line was the Jordan River, in the Jordan River were fortress positions, and the second line were the settlements in route 90…this is route 90, from up till the Dead Sea…this is the second defense line.
The third defense line is the route called “Route Alon”, under the name of Ygal Alon…
So, why defense lines? Because the border here with Jordan, in the 70’s terrorists come from Jordan, cross the Jordan valley into the country. So, the army decided to build 3 defense lines.
All the jewish villages are located in strategic positions, its not just because they are there.
If you take Argaman, they are in charge of the route that comes from Damian bridge, through the route number 47, to Nablus…
So, they are in charge here and others are in charge of other route. If you take Fatsa’el and Yafi route goes to Ariel.
So, all the settlements are located in strategic points…that was the basic idea of the settlements in the Jordan Valley.
Shots of destroyed wells; group palestinians standing and looking;
Ayman Rabi, Palestinian Hydrology Group“At 9 in the morning, Israeli occupation forces invaded this ?rea armed with demolition tools, they closed the whole ?rea, they destroyed three water wells in the ?rea and detained the owners.
(To camera) These sources of water are used by an ?rea of 1200 dunhams which also sustains 90 families in this ?rea and the surroundings.
Shepherd with sheeps on a hill; Sheeps grazing; open shot of sheeps following the shepherd;
Ayman Rabi, Palestinian Hydrology Group“This is one of the sources that they destroyed; it has a depth of 100m. They filled it with debris in order not to be used again. They even took all the pumps, generators abd fuel to the military base.
Interviweer: “What about the detainees?”
Ayman Rabi, Palestinian Hydrology Group“They took them and we dont know where they are and what happened to them because this just happened one hour ago.
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“A journalist was here two weeks ago and he asked me ‘how can you explainn the difference between the jewish and the palestinians?’ i told him ‘it can change by day?’ He asked: ‘How?’ I told him: ‘Let me be responsable by them, because I am not responsable by them.’
They have the Palestinian authority, the Palestinian Authority is responsable for them, I am not responsable for them. If I was responsable for them, I know them, they know us, i can go to the villages, there is one village called Bidad, at any time I can go inside and is not because i am the mayor of the Jordan valley, but because I know them since I was here a founder”
1st Palestinian farmer: “He told us, ‘Dont plant anything. Sell me the land and we will do it! It means they want to kick uso ut of the land.
2nd Palestinian farmer: “They said, ‘Dont lose more money!’
3rd Palestinian farmer: “They want to take all the land and all the resources for themselves. Its too little to make a difference for them however we plant to sustain our families. So the goa lis to force us to flee and take the land and water.
2nd Palestinian farmer: The worst thing is that he said its very good land for cultivation.
Question: What are your options?
2nd Palestinian farmer: We cannot invest any more money here. We cant work anymore.
Palestinian Farmer: “He cannot do anything. He needs to pay the debts they created for him.
2nd Palestinian farmer: My workers should go and beg in the streets or something…there is no more work here. We borrowed money to invest here 100,000 from one person, 50,000 from another…we lost millions.
Ayman Rabi, Palestinian Hydrology Group“Israel is a criminal state; it doesnt respect citizens, authority or even international law. They dont care about international law, how can they care about the PA, citizens or even farmers? Their main goal is to take the land and water.
Palestinian farmer detained: “The Israeli sergeant responsible for eater, came here to drink coffee and never asked us about the digging or anything. He came, drunk coffee and went back. This is the second time that they destroyed everything.
Farmers sitting in group; one of the farmers looking at the paper with the order to confiscate the wells equipment;
Palestinian Farmer: This time they gave us documents certifying the equipment they confiscated.
Farmer showing the paper to camera;
Palestinian farmer: They gave this to us because last time, they just took them without documentation. This time they gave us the paper to shut up. Last time they stole it. They are thieves!
Question Jordan Valley settler’s chief: Where you have now the communities they claime there were before palestinian villages…they say they were expelled from those places…
Settler’s chief listening;
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headIn 1967, after the army, the israel? army came to the ?rea, some of them go outside they go to Jordan, some stay here, stay here and they are still here. Some Palestinian people go to Jordan to get married, some come from Jordan to marry here…so, its doble route, coming and going outside…
If you talk to palestinians, I dont know who will talk to you, it depends, but, if I take you to talk with Palestinians, my workers, they will tell you…Have you been in Jordan?
Interviewer answer: Yes…
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headThey will tell you that the quality of life here in the Jordan Valley is better than in Jordan…and is getting better, better, better…
Shots of swage water running open air;
Samer, Farmer and LandownerI am the owner f one of the wells that was shut today and Israel is asking us to irrigate our lands with this water.
Palestinian well’s owner talking to camera near sewage;
Samer, Farmer and LandownerThis is the sewage coming from Nablus and Israel is asking us to use it. I want you to film this sewage water that Israel is asking us to use.
Pan from Palestinian well’s owner to the sewage with dirty water running;
Samer, Farmer and LandownerIsrael is asking us to use this water to grow cucumbers and tomatoes and give it to the people.
How can i use this water to farm? I want to show you what I have in the car and I will lose all my crops…
Palestinian Wells’s owner walking towards his van and showing the bags full of onions he is carrying in the car;
Samer, Farmer and LandownerThese are the onions that I cultivated. Each kilo is 6 shekels and each ton is 6000 shekels.
Now, when Israel closes our water source, what can I do?
On 12th July Israel destroyed the sources of water which costed 300,000 shekels and we borrowed money to pay and rebuild, in order to pay the initial loss. Now, another 300,000 shekels it means 600,000 shekels in just one month.
Salam Fayyad came and said they will cover the losses but no avail. What can we do if the Palestinian Authority can do anything?
There is no solution. I have 500 dunhams around each source. I will go home and I should work as a laborer. How can I pay 600,000 shekels of losses in one month?
Question: Is it posible that you have to work in Israel?
Samer, Farmer and LandownerMaybe I should work in Israel, in buildings, carpentry…only God knows.
We can go now to show you the cultivated ?rea. Its from 1200-1500 dunhams. It is for potatoes…onions like this you can see in the car.
I can show you what we planted 10 days ago. Potatoes, onions, cucumbers, peppers…From where can I get water? There is no chance.
Anyone with a well now, will use it and not give me any water. We need an alternative; dig again or something…
I dont know…This land sustains 90-100 families. They will lose their sustenance.
They will destroy all these families in one hour-the time it took them to destroy the pump.
Yesterday the israel? water authority was here. They told us not to cultivate but to sell them the land.
We’ll sell the land to them, and they will cultivate, that’s it!
CS of crops; mix to more open shot, mix to GS of the field;
Man walking in the field; VARIOUS shots of crops;
Samer, Farmer and LandownerWe can just bring containers but it's impossible because it's a huge area and the costs are prohibitive. Around 100 Shekels for each 30 dunhams. It's like two of these lines. No more. This idea is not feasible even if we lose everything. We will lose everything. You can see there 300 dunhams of potatoes and onions.
Please film it… All that you can see there… That is 300 dunhams ready with potatoes and onions. I also have 100 dunhams that you can see. Cucumber, onions are growing there.
GS of the fields; various crops;
Jordan valley settler’s chief in his office standing in front of a map of the Jordan Valley;
Question: Why this ?rea was so important for the Israel? Government?
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headWell, I tell you, in 1967, after the war, there was a nice guy, he was a minister called Ygal Alon and he said: ‘we have a wedding, but I dont know what to do with the bride. So, he was talking about all the ?rea. After 1967 there was a wedding, there was an occupied ?rea, as someone says, i dont say is occupied…After 1967 ok, what to do with the bride, lets take the Jordan Valley, because of that they say its a long plan, let’s take the Jordan Valley because is important for the security of Israel. Dont forget in 1967 there was a war, we cant ignore the people that was living here but we want to keep the security of Israel. 5, 6, 7, 10 years, nobody knows, this ?rea will be under Israel? sovereignity and nobody can pass from East to West to go to Telavive.
Its a basic strategy…
Question: Is something curious that you talk about occupied land because…
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headIs not occupied!
Question: Yes, but is curious that you say the Word occupied if in fact its not…
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headIts not! Its not occupied.
Question: It means you took it back, you took it for security reasons?
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council head“I dont know if…there are people, also jews that ask me how important is the Jordan Valley for the security of Israel. So, i tell them, if you put here, around the table Generals and all of them say is not important and other one says is very important, without the Jordan Valley the security of Israel is under risk and the other one says, you know, if we make 5 kms security is ok…i will not talk as Generals, i will talk about us as Jews.
As jews, as a country, our friends in Europe and America say take a risk for the peace, give up all the land,
What will happen if we take the risk? If we give up all the area?
(pointing to the map)
In 5, 10 years, how much kms it is, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean sea? 64 kms…64 kms…So, if we take the risk and give up and tomorrow morning they will not be here, they will be 2 kms from Telavive.
They want to destroy us. You say, ahhh, how they want to destroy us?
Look what happened with Iran. 39 years ago they were the best friend of Israel. What they became now? Look what happened with Egypt. Look what happened with Palestinians. Half of them want to destroy us, half of them want peace. How can I know that tomorrow it will not change…
As a Jew I say, we cant take more risks.
There was one Holocaust we cant have another Holocaust because the next will be here if we give them the Jordan Valley.
Some say, you see everything black. I told them you know what, even if you give me all the security i will not take it because i will not tae that security from any people.
Shots of Jordan Valley settler’s chief in his office, going out of his office,
David Elhayani, Jordan Valley regional council headI dont trust anybody, just myself as a Jew. And, as a Jew I dont want to take any more risk.
That’s why I want the Jordan Valley to be under Israel? sovereignity. I am not ashamed to say its ours, its ours…but, the same way i am not ashamed I cant ignore what people do.
Settlers’s chief driving car along a road; security gate opening:
Pan of the Jordan Valley; Palms;
road, cars passing by; heat waves; pan over the fields; crops: Jordan in the Horizon; pipes; road that leads to the Dead Sea; bus arriving at the Dead Sea shore; entrance to the Dead Sea with Israeli flags; security guard sitting; open shot of the entrance; pan of the Dead Sea shore; people in the beach;
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationThe average of water comsuption per capita , per day is about 1/3 MORE in the Israeli communities inside the West Bank than in Israel. The main reason is because Israel is controlling all the water resources that are shared by Israel and the Palestinian side and most part of this resources are used for the benefit of the Israelis.
That’s why there is a chronic shortage of water in the West Bank, communities that dont have enough water, the minimu comsuption per day and per capita…In summer is worst, Winter is a little bit better, but Israelis have much more water than its Palestinians neighbours have.
Pan inside NGO headquarters;
Question: We are talkimg about a situation when Israeli settlers…
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationNot israel? settlers, israel? government…
Question: Yes, ok, the Israeli government, lets say like that, are taking a natural resource, the water, from Palestinian land…
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationSometimes is shared by both , sometimes from ?reas that clearly belong to the Palestinians and using it mostly for the benefit of the israel?s because most of the water resources in the West Bank are shared by Israelis and Palestinians because this is a small segment of land and the water resources are going underground between ?reas that are part Palestinian, part Israelis and part even Jordanian. But, because Palestinians dont have many power Israel can use it for its own benefit…
Shots of a long corridor; closed shots publication about human rights in the occupied territories; closed shots of several publicatins about the occupation;
Betselem activist walking in the corridor;
Question: Even in those ?reas recognized by Israel as Palestinian land, even in those ?reas 77% of that land cannot be used by Palestinians…
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationYes, in the Jordan Valley and in the Dead Sea, 77.5% of the land cannot be used by palestinians, is used by Israel for the benefit of the settlements ori s fire zone, for military trainning, state land, mine fields, anything and is cutting all the Palestinian territory.
Pan Dead Sea; various shots of Dead Sea shore; tourist with camera walking towards Dead Sea; people in Dead Sea shore;
Question: Is water being used as a weapon?
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationI dont see that as intentionally but as other aspects of the occupation Israel dont see the needs of the Palestinians, They take water, they take land and they dont care about the effects for Palestinian communities. You can see it also about the separation barrier and dont think about which will be the effects, the immediate effects for the Palestinian communities. So, Israel take water from the Jordan Valley because is able to take it and because is very easy to use it by the israel? settlements. It doesnt think about the effects on the Palestinian community.
Question: But is also very easy to say that Palestinians have no right to the land if there are no Palestinians there…
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationFirst is the rigt to self determination, Jordan Valley is still an occupied territory and they ddnt even attempt to anex it to Israel. Most part of land there is Palestinian land and it doest matter how many palestinians are living there, anyway there are more palestinians living there than israelis living there…
Zoom out from the computer screen where we can see a film about drought in Jordan Valley;
NGO spokesman looking at the computer;
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationYou can see they dont robber them only the land and the water, they robber from them their pride.
In Walujah, in Jiftlik, theu were proud farmers, sucessful ones, who have to cultivate the land and support their famillies from the land, thye had crops, any kind of crops. Now they dont have anything, they are lying on the goodwiil of the settlers. This is what is diffcilt to see because these people, they dont need us, they can sustain themselves very sucessfully and we are taking from them any possibility of them developing and sustain their communities.
Sequences of the video in the computer screen; Betselem spokesman looking at the screen; close shot of the screen;
Question: My question is not political, not technical, I remember that Mahmoud Darwish wrote in a poem about the color of water…Looking at the situation in Palestinian communities do you believe the water has a color?
Eyal Hareuveni, Betslem Human Rights OrganizationNo…everybody should have water, no matter where they live, the nationality, whatever…It shouldnt be any color of water for anyone…water is a basic human rigt that everybody should have.
Barbed wire, behind sign for company Mag Dag, tropical fish breading; electric wires; GS company headquarters; Pan water running from a tap;
Gilat: Pisciculturist(owner of Mag Dag company) Parents came from Bulgaria, we are talking about the first generation after the Holocaust, we are talking about the first generation that came after the Holocaust, my wife…not all the Jews suffered, thats why some survived. In hard conditions, the bulgarians sent them to camps, open camps, in the Winter, not easy conditions. You know, everything is…if have to compare it…
Abu Luay, LandownerThere are occupiers and they took our land, water and air. I feel like someone suffering occupation, invasion and hate and the international community is part of the problem. They deal with us with double standards. They are more worried about the Jewish rights; giving them our water and land. They plant flowers and have swimming pools. They use five times more water than each Palestinian. They took our land, water and they forbid us to use them against international law. The freedom of speech… right to live… which comes from water. Without air I will die and without water I am dying.
Gilat: Pisciculturist(owner of Mag Dag company)You call it the spring, the spring of the people. You see what is going on in Lybia, Syria, Egypt…
Question: You have this question of Independence right here because Palestinians they…
Gilat: Pisciculturist(owner of Mag Dag company)Ohhhhh!!!!
Question: they say they are asking for the same…
Elijah, Pisciculturist(owner of Mag Dag company): But in only one country they can say what they think, here, because normally they kill them, all others they kill them because they dont talk freely. So, is better for them to be here than in Syria, for example