Israeli army bulldozers demolished several buildings and farm sheds in Al Fonduq village, near the West Bank city of Qalqilia.

The bulldozers demolished a house belonging to Salem Abas from the village, and also demolished a wall around farmland that belongs to Hakam Abu Tabikh, local sources reported.

Barns under construction were leveled by the army during the invasion.

The army has destroyed more than 30 buildings in the village since April 2005, claiming that they were constructed without building permits.  Since 1967, no permits have ever been issued by Israel to Palestinians who wished to build on their land.  Local residents point to illegal Israeli settlement expansion onto Palestinian land as the reason for the ongoing demolitions in the area.

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