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Receive electricity through a connection to Duma since 2012
clinic in distant town/village
Location of Services
Location of School #1
general description [school #1]
Distances to schools [school #1]
more than 5001 meters
Time to schools [school #1]
31 minutes - 1 hour
Travel to school [school #1]
Accessibility to school [school #1]
Originally from Talpiot
Seasonal Movement - details
There is no seasonal movement but among the families that live there, 10 live there all the time and 5 only come there during the weekend
General Livelihood - details
The community sells cheese and other dairy products in Talpiot and in Duma. They have some agriculture lands but these are used to feed the community, not as produce.
Threats and obstacles
Threats and Obstacles
Threats and Obstacles - details
They are not allowed to go with their sheep to graze in the areas above the road (since the settlement is on the other side), only below which is very steep. If they cross the road, they are reported to the IDF by the settlers of Keida settlement, which at times, according to the community, leads to the children being arrested.
Number of Demolition Orders
Number of Demolitions
Demolitions - details
A demolition order is pending since 2004. According to the community, at least until 2015, it has not been executed and no demolitions took place.