Israeli forces cite lack of permits, which are impossible to obtain, for demolitions
Israeli occupation’s military bulldozers demolished 11 Palestinian homes in occupied West Bank, citing lack of permits, according to a Palestinian official on Tuesday.
“Israeli forces raided the Bedouin Hamsa community, east of Tubas town, and demolished the homes,” Moataz Bisharat, who is responsible for monitoring Israeli settlement activity in the Jordan Valley, said.
The Bedouin area is inhabited by a small Palestinian community living in tin houses, which have been there decades before the Israeli occupation.
There was no comment from Israeli authorities on the report, but such aggression are almost being carried out by the Israeli occupation every day.
Roughly 70,000 Palestinians — along with some 9,500 Jewish settlers — currently live in the Jordan Valley, a large, fertile strip of land that accounts for roughly one quarter of the West Bank’s overall territory.
(Source / 04.11.2020)