The Israeli farmers in the Negev desert near the town of Beit El had to cut a new fence to stop the illegal digging of illegal water pipes and soil mines.
The new fence is being built by Israeli authorities after a wave of protests that began last month.
The fence was installed in January 2016 by the Israeli authorities in response to the massive protests against the construction of the wall.
The protesters, who had been protesting for weeks over the construction, threw rocks and fireworks at Israeli police, as well as Israeli settlers, in the area, causing minor damage to the fences, and causing several arrests.
In the beginning of April, the Israeli army began using water cannons and tear gas to disperse the protesters.
This was not the first time the Israeli government had to resort to such measures.
In October, the country used water cannons to disperse a demonstration in which several hundred people were demonstrating against the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba.
The new fence, which is part of a planned project that will create about 1,000 new homes for the Negesh community, was constructed using approximately $500 million in public money.
However, the project has been plagued with delays and corruption.
In September, the local government in Beit Jala was found to be paying nearly $400,000 in bribes to local officials.
Israel’s Minister of Justice has stated that the construction was approved by the local council, not the municipality, and that there were no complaints from residents of the area.
The construction is currently being supervised by the army.
According to the Jerusalem Post, some of the protesters, many of whom are Bedouin, are protesting against the wall because it will allow settlers to build on privately-owned Palestinian lands.
The Israeli government claims that it is building the wall to protect the residents of illegal outposts.
The Israeli government has said that the wall is needed for security purposes, and is necessary for the future of the settlements in the West Bank.
However in recent years, the wall has been built in the absence of any clear security rationale.
The construction of Israeli-made homes and schools has also been criticized by many Palestinian and international rights groups.
The latest outcry was sparked by the discovery in November 2016 of what activists claimed was a massive tunnel under the West Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat, and an illegal water-mainage system, in East Jerusalem.
In response to recent incidents, Israel began to impose restrictions on Palestinian travel, which include limiting Palestinian entry into the city of Bethlehem.
The United Nations has said it has expressed concern about the wall, and said that it was an example of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in which Israel has “fought against its own population and the rights of its own people” and that “the status quo is unsustainable.”
In June, a United Nations report revealed that in 2014, the number of Palestinians killed in Israeli attacks had increased by 30 percent to 4,621, with an additional 3,731 Palestinians injured.
In contrast, in 2013, the total number of Israelis killed was just 1,715.