‘Israeli’ Occupation Demolishes Palestinian Houses in Al-Khalil
By Staff, Agencies
The Zionist occupation authorities demolished on Thursday morning three Palestinian houses in Sa’ir town, east of the southern occupied West Bank city of al-Khalil, occupied Palestine.
The ‘Israeli’ occupation forces raided into Wadi Ash-Shair area in the town, and tore down three houses belonging to ‘Ahed Jaradat and Jamal Jaradat and his brother, purportedly for being constructed in the so-called ‘Area C.’
Each of the demolished houses comprised three stores, with every store covering 200 square meters.
It is noteworthy that the Tel Aviv occupation regime demolishes Palestinian houses and structures almost on a daily basis in an attempt to achieve "demographic control" of the 'Israeli'-occupied Palestinian territories.
‘Israeli’-occupation authorities on Thursday also demolished structures, seized equipment, and issued a halt on construction order to Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Palestinian sources said that in al-Marj community, east of Ramallah, an ‘Israeli’ army force demolished two tents used as shelters by the Kaabneh tribe, as well as two animal barns and seized equipment and tools used in these structures. The Zionist force also demolished a structure built of tin.
Meanwhile, the Zionist military also issued a stop construction order to a Palestinian resident of Jit village, east of the northern West Bank city of Qalqilya.
Earlier on Wednesday, ‘Israeli’ occupation forces demolished three residential rooms in an area to the north of al-Hamra military checkpoint in the northern Jordan Valley.
The Zionist forces stormed the area and proceeded to demolish three cement-made residential rooms belonging to a local resident in the area.
The military also demolished on the same day five Palestinian-owned sheds in the village of Wadi Rahhal to the south of the southern occupied West Bank, according to a local activist.
In the same context, ‘Israeli’ occupation authorities demolished Wednesday an agricultural room and razed a land in Sebastia town, north of Nablus city.
Mayor of Sebastia, Mohammad Azem, told Palestinian media that a large unit of ‘Israeli’ occupation soldiers barged their way into the vicinity of the archeological site of Sebastia, tore down an agricultural room belonging to Abdul-Aziz Nabulsi, leveled the land surrounding it and destroyed the fence and the water pipeline network.