Suba

The Israeli Kibbutz Tzova is situated just down the hill from the ruins of Suba, a Palestinian town of 620 emptied in 1948.  After fierce fighting on the Jerusalem-Jaffa highway, the residents were forced from the village and not allowed to return since.  A few months later the kibbutz was established.

Remains of SubaRemains of SubaRemains of SubaRemains of SubaRemains of SubaView of West Jerusalem skyscrapers from SubaTown at the bottom of the hill where previous residents of Suba live.  They are not allowed to return to the old village.

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2 Responses to “Suba”

  1. Joseph Dana Says:

    You are doing great work here. If you are ever interested in joining ta’ayush for the day in South Hebron please contact me

    all the best

    joseph

    • mdgalvin Says:

      Yes I would love to. Let me know your email address or phone number and I’ll get in contact with you soon!
      Thank you.

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