Israel demolishes five shacks, carwash and to demolish 2 homes

File Photo
File Photo

Israeli forces Tuesday demolished several Palestinian structures, razed some 14 donums of land, siezed carwash equipment and contents and issued military demolition orders against two houses and a stop-construction order against two barns, according to local sources.

The sources said that Israeli forces escorted bulldozers into an area in the northern and southeastern part of Issawiya village in occupied Jerusalem and razed some 14 donums of land.

The occupation forces also raided Um Rukba area, south of al-Khader town, in the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem and demolished a carwash in the area, sources said.

Read More: Israeli occupation forces arrest five Palestinians in West Bank

They also handed a demolition order against 120-meter-squar house that belongs to Fayez al-Azazma and gave Ismael Barqan another order against his 150-meter-square house.

 

Read More: Five new coronavirus deaths in Palestine; total 52


Your support helps protect the Days of Palestine’s independence and it means we can keep delivering quality journalism that’s open for everyone around the world. Every contribution, however big or small, is so valuable for our future.