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In 1970, Palestinian farmer Sabri Gharib built a white stone house on a hill in the central West Bank village of Beit Ijza, a fertile area rich with olive trees, grapes and local vegetables. Now, some 41 years later, his view is dominated by a six-meter-high steel fence that annexes the house into the Israeli settlement of Givat Zeev and separates the Gharib family from their land and the rest of Beit Ijza village.
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