Israeli military bulldozers demolished on Wednesday morning Palestinian homes east of Occupied Jerusalem under the pretext of unlicensed construction.
Israeli bulldozers rolled into Abu al-Nawar Bedouin community and carried out the demolition process, which targeted homes and livestock facilities.
Abu Nawar community is home to 700 Palestinians living in tin shacks.
Since 1948, dozens of Palestinian families have set up roots in Bedouin communities in Occupied Jerusalem after Israeli authorities forced them out of their homes in the Negev desert, south of territories occupied in 1948.
The Israeli government has left no stone unturned to deport Abu al-Nawar residents, among other Bedouin communities, in favor of a so-called E1 settlement project which will be carried out at the expense of 12,000 dunums of Palestinian land stretching from eastern Occupied Jerusalem to the Dead Sea.
(Source / 04.07.2018)