Settlers sell fuel to Palestinians

Thursday, May 11, 2006 | 
In the midst of the Palestinian Authority’s fuel shortage, settlers in Judea and Samaria opened up their petrol stations to Palestinian drivers. The Israeli firm Dor-Alon was to blame for cutting fuel supplies to the PA. Drivers came to Kiryat Arba, near Hebron to fill up their cars. The Israel Defense Forces made exceptions to allow Palestinian cars to enter Israel. In spite of the settlers’ gesture in opening up their stations, one Palestinian complained about Israel’s high prices and said they are making good money on “our account.”

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