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For instance, in 1987 the ILA transferred about 9,247 dunams; in 1988, about 15,127 dunams; in 1990 about 1,374 dunams, and in 1991 about 843 dunams (ILA annual report number 28, 1989; and report number 31, 1992).
These settlers founded seventy-two settlements, primarily in valleys or their margins, predominantly open villages extending over 1-5 dunam.
The 1,850 dunam site is on a previously desolate, uncultivated, and barren hill.
Mohammad owns five dunams of land planted with fava beans and says the work starts at the beginning of October, when farmers plow the land and plant the seeds.
Every 100 grams of seeds plants 10 dunams of thyme, she said.
Construction of the 37 dunam facility began in 2007.
The hospital, covering an area of three donams (a dunam equals 1,000 square
Included in the land on the other side of the separation barrier is about 5,000 dunam (1,250 acres) of private land owned by Jews.
E-1 is short for "East 1," the administrative name given to the stretch of 12,000 dunam (2,965 acres) northeast of Jerusalem, to the west of Ma'aleh Adumim.
When I trace the tactics of Yasir Arafat since the start of Oslo, it is clear that he is using the approach that was once Israel's trademark: attaining sovereignty over land little by little, dunam after dunam.
Israel said it is attempting to legalize the expropriation of some 45 dunams of privately owned Palestinian land that is located .
The events of Land Day date back to March 30, 1976 when Palestinians in the occupied territories observed a general strike in protest against the expropriation of thousands of dunams of land by occupation forces to build Israeli settlements.