Olizki Trucks unload quarried earth from the tunneling of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem high speed train in an illigal construction site in the West Bank | Nili | Sep. 2012 | Photographed by Dror Etkes. Olizki Trucks unload quarried earth from the tunneling of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem high speed train in an illigal construction site in the West Bank | Nili | Sep. 2012 | Photographed by Dror Etkes. 
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An Israeli infrastructure company. Through its subsidiaries, Olizki Mining performs large-scale engineering projects, construction and infrastructure works.

The company transferred quarried earth from the tunneling of the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem high speed train to an illegal construction site near the Nili settlement in the West Bank. Site in question is a 30-dunam area designated by the regional council of Mateh Binyamin for a local park, half of which is owned by residents of the Palestinian village of Shivtin. 

The natural resources were excavated illegally from Israeli Railways' working sites of the new A1 fast train, partially located on Palestinian land. The Train's route crosses the Green line near the Palestinian villages of Bet Surik and Beit Iksa.