Since Prince Abu Salama Kahabne has been relocated to an area that has no natural spring, he must now sell his livestock to pay for the water that feeds the livestock and his family. To feed his tribe it costs him 150 shekels everyday. The milk from the livestock is used to make cheese to sell at the markets. Since “Operation Defensive Shield” the town markets have been closed due to the curfews, and restrictions have made it difficult to sell their cheese. They cannot afford to finish the five structures he is building for his tribe, before winter sets in. The Prince worries about how he will now protect his tribe.

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