Most residents are continuing with their daily routines, not expecting any major impact on their lives as a result of the extended sovereignty.
Just two weeks from now – and 53 years since it was captured by the IDF during the Six Day War – the Jordan Valley could come under full Israeli sovereignty.
Yet the majority of residents are continuing with their daily routines, not expecting any major impact on their lives as a result of the extended sovereignty, i24 News reports. Their views on the issue are diverse.
As one farmer explains, he feels no less Israeli than any other citizen throughout the country.
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