Israeli army displaces anew Humsa al-Fuqa villagers

Water tank destroyed in estern Nablus despite court order

demolition policy

WEST BANK, (PIC) – The Israeli occupation army on Thursday morning displaced anew the Bedouin families in the impoverished hamlet of Khirbet Humsa al-Fuqa in the northern Jordan Valley after demolishing their makeshift homes.

A few days ago, the Israeli army demolished 27 residential and animal structures and water tanks in the Palestinian herding community of Humsa Fuqa, displacing about 70 people, including 36 children.

At the time, the Israeli army also confiscated, among other things, food, fodder, milk for children, water tanks, clothes, hygiene materials and toys during that demolition campaign.

In a separate incident, the Israeli army in the morning destroyed a water tank in Furush Beit Dajan village, east of Nablus.

Local sources said that Israeli forces stormed the village and destroyed a tank that holds 500 cubic meters of water and is used for drinking and irrigation purposes, pointing out that the tank belonged to the municipal council of the village.

They affirmed that the Israeli army took the measure despite the presence of a court order preventing the demolition of the tank, adding that such action caused damage to citizens’ property because the tank was filled with water.

(Source / 15.07.2021)

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