Wednesday, November 17 2004 Olive harvest in the vicinity of ‘Anin, northern West Bank The fence separates the farmers from their land. That is why we gathered 250 people, Palestinians and Jews, arriving in four busses, from Haifa and the north, from Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv, to harvest the olive groves with the Palestinians. We were Ta’ayush and of the movements Courage to Refuse and Shalom Achshav. We harvested the groves of five villages: Ya’bad, Tura, Nazlet ‘Isa, Um-ArReihan and ‘Anin. Map of Pengon. We harvested near a road that connects ‘Anin and Tura, now locked between two checkpoints. ‘Anin has 11,000 Dunams (Dunam = […]