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Human rights report refers to Suhmata's Religious Sites
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Posted by Rani El-Hajjar on January 15, 2005
From the report by the Arab Association for Human Rights (HRA),
December 30, 2004

"The roofless shells of a church and a mosque are still standing in the northern Galilean village of Suhmata (see figure 1 in Appenix (A)). The only access to them for visitors is by parking one's car in a layby by a gate at the entrance to a field of cows belonging to a Jewish farming community and then walking on foot. However, local Arab residents report that cars stopping by the gate have their licence plates recorded and their owners risk prosecution."

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