Israel opens apartheid road in Jerusalem

The Israeli occupation authorities opened an ‘Apartheid Road’ in Jerusalem, which separates Palestinian drivers and drivers from Israeli settlers with a wall up to 8 meters high. The street, which is 3.5 kilometers long numbered “4370” connects the settlement of Giv’at Binyamin (Adam settlement), to the Tel Aviv – Jerusalem road, located between the junction of the French Hill and the tunnel leading to Mount Masharaf.
The opening of the street has been delayed because of differences between the army and the Israeli police about who takes over the new checkpoint that was established because of this street, and was ultimately decided to take it on the “Border Police.”
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