Army Issues Demolition Orders Targeting Eight Homes, And A Shed, Near Nablus

Several Israeli army jeeps invaded, on Monday at dawn, Douma village, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, before handing orders for the demolition of eight homes, and one shed.

Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian Authority official who monitors Israel’s illegal colonialist activities in northern West Bank, said the soldiers surrounded the village, before invading it, and handed the destruction orders.

The Israeli army claims the buildings were constructed without a permit from the so-called “Civil Administration Office,” the administrative branch of the illegal occupation of the West Bank, although they are licensed by the Local Village Council.

Daghlas stated the following Palestinians received the orders for the demolition of their structures in several areas of the town:

  1. Mohammad Nidal Dawabsha, demolition order against his under-construction home.
  2. Amin Rashid Dawabsha, demolition order against his inhabited home.
  3. Mohammad Yousef Dawabsha, demolition order against his inhabited home.
  4. Sidqi Abdullah Dawabsha, demolition order against his inhabited home.
  5. Montaser Khalil Dawabsha, demolition order against his inhabited home.
  6. Mohammad Fathi Dawabsha, demolition order against his shed
  7. Jibril Dawabsha, demolition order against his inhabited home.
  8. Nimir Radwan Saidawi, demolition order against his inhabited home.
  9. Mousa Shehda, demolition order against his under-construction home.

(Source / 19.01.2021)

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