The Israeli police forces stormed, along with a number of military bulldozers, Wadi al-Naam town in Negev on Tuesday and demolished two Bedouin homes before razing a nearby agricultural land.
The local activist Khaled Abu Khurma affirmed that two homes owned by al-Walidi family were demolished for being allegedly built without “Israeli permit.”
A nearby agricultural land in Khashm Zana village was also razed during the raid, he added.
Last year, more than 1,000 Palestinian houses were demolished in the Negev under the same Israeli pretext.
Nearly 50 Bedouin villages in the Negev are not recognized by Israel and have been targeted with demolition in preparation for building Jewish-only towns.
(Source / 22.08.2017)