Many online maps, including google, show a distorted representation of Palestinian communities and illegal Israeli colonies.
Jordan Valley Solidarity have therefore our own map of the Jordan Valley, which shows the vast majority of Palestinian villages and communities.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (UNOCHA OPT) also produce a series of maps illustrating the impact of the occupation on Palestinian communities.
Those relating specifically to the Jordan Valley are:
- Israeli demolitions in the Jordan Valley in 2013
- Jordan Valley and Dead Sea Area (factsheet)
- Jordan Valley and Dead Sea (Humanitarian situation)
- Mak-hul: Livelihoods Undermined Due to Access Restrictions to Grazing Land
- The Humanitarian Impact of Israeli-declared “Firing Zones” in the West Bank map
- WaSH Water Scarcity Vulnerability Mapping
- Land Allocated to Israeli Settlements
- Bedouin communities at risk in the E-1/Ma’ale Adumim settlement area
- Area C of the West Bank: Key humanitarian concerns | January 2013
They have also published an interactive map of Area C which gives key facts about Palestinian communities living in Area C, including the Jordan Valley.
B’tselem, an Israeli Human Rights organisation, has published an interactive map of the West Bank, which can be searched on issues, such as ‘house demolitions’ or ‘facing expulsions’.