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Figures, statistics and data reveal huge losses incurred by the occupying entity at various levels, including the economic sector, especially in the settlements in northern occupied Palestine, and especially in the agricultural sector.

The enemy’s media revealed that the direct damage was concentrated in the “Shlomi” settlement in the west and Kiryat Shmona in the Galilee, whose mayor says that the cost of its maintenance alone amounted to half a million shekels per month, and he expresses his fear that the human cost will be greater as a result of the direct and repeated injuries.

In a related context, “Yedioth Ahronoth” quoted the director of the tax authority in the occupation entity, Shai Ahranovich, that the war’s damages to commercial projects and property are estimated at $6 billion and could rise, including about $300 million at the northern border, where there are difficulties in Estimate the damage accurately now.

The newspaper cited, as an example of the situation on the northern border, the difficult situation experienced by the Metulla settlement, which was established in 1896, as it was transformed more than five months ago into a closed military zone, after 2,500 people were displaced from it, and currently “no human being is seen on its horizon.” Apple and citrus trees are picked there. The newspaper pointed out that despite the ongoing damage to the view, no real estate appraiser or insurance agent arrives to inspect the damage.

The newspaper conducted an interview with the mayor of the occupation in Metulla, David Azoulay, who complained that for half a year, about 100,000 people have been living outside their homes, and that the strip of the fence about five kilometers deep to the south is devoid of settlers, and there are only soldiers.

A second settlement is experiencing a difficult reality on the northern border of occupied Palestine, which is Al-Manara, which was evacuated by all its residents, according to the Zionist “Walla” news website, which prepared a report about it, in which it was stated that Al-Manara is the northern settlement that was damaged in the harshest way, and it turned into a symbol of the battle against Hezbollah. God, as more than 104 housing units out of 155 were hit, some of which were completely destroyed.

The website added that in Al-Manara, public buildings and infrastructure were also damaged, and the agricultural sector was also severely damaged. Workers cannot approach the orchards, whose owners lost not only the fruits of the current season, which were not harvested, but also the coming seasons because it is not possible to care for the trees and prepare them for the next season, and “an orchard that does not receive attention will not reap fruits in the next season, and it is difficult to restore it.” And restore it to its previous state,” according to experts.Slot

In its report, the “Walla” website touched on the intention of a number of Al-Manara settlers not to return to it after the end of the war. In this context, it quoted one of the settlers in Al-Manara as being upset because her son, his wife, and his son decided not to return to Al-Manara, breaking a chain of four generations who lived in Al-Manara. Metulla.

In Kiryat Shmona, the largest border settlement, the roads leading to it clearly show that the streets are empty in an unprecedented manner, and the empty alleys have turned into sites for the concentration of Zionist soldiers and their slot vehicles.

This resulted in the freezing of life in a region that has important outcomes in various fields, such as agriculture, industry, and politics, which created great popular, political, and economic pressure.

The escalation on the front forced farmers and foreign workers to leave the lands, and the evacuation of the farms of the north and south led to the destruction of crops and the cessation of production, which constituted a real threat to the Zionist “food security” in the occupying entity. The government was forced to compensate for it with imports, bearing on it and its settlers an additional cost that made the sector in which it had long invested. One of its biggest losses, as enemy media reported that losses in the agricultural sector were estimated at $131 million, and indicated a 30% rise in food prices.

Likewise, the poultry farms and egg production establishments concentrated in the north were exposed to a double disaster as a result of the cessation of production and consumption.

The tourism sector, on which the region mainly depends, has completely frozen, and Mount Hermon’s tourist facilities have become empty of visitors. Estimates have estimated that the tourism sector’s sales volume in 2024 will decline to 73%.

Zionist experts now believe that the high cost that “Israel” has paid so far may only be a small model if the confrontation expands northward.

 

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