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Israel is the “occupied Interior,” according to official PA daily

Headline: “A gristmill stands firm on Al-Auja River”





“Only a few old buildings were left of the uprooted village of Al-Mahmoudiya, which sits on the banks of Al-Auja River (i.e., the Yarkon River in coastal Israel). The most famous of them is known as ‘Abu Rabah Mill,’ which has become a tourist site. The occupation authorities call it ‘Yarkon National Park.’ This is the biblical name of Al-Auja River…


Abu Rabah Mill is one of several gristmills, which the remains of several of them still exist on the banks of the winding Al-Auja River – one of the best known tourist sites in the occupied Interior (i.e., Palestinian term for Israel).”