This video, recorded in Palestine, says about itself:
Ecological Tour in the West Bank
21 December 2014
Ecological tour in rural Nablus following the occupation hazards and route of the barrier in Wadi Qana.
By Social TV in Israel on this:
December 23, 2014
Take a (virtual) ecological tour of the occupied West Bank
From the separation barrier’s effects on animal migration and plant-life to insufficient sewage infrastructure to the discriminatory use of nature reserves, the occupation’s impact goes far beyond the personal and political — it’s also an environmental hazard. Social TV takes you on an ecological tour of the occupied West Bank.
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