The Christian Peace Maker Teams (CPT), stationed in the southern West Bank city of Hebron, issued a report on Wednesday revealing that the Israeli military demolished 11 Palestinian structures in several villages in the Hebron area.The report indicated that nine of the demolished structures were homes and two were livestock enclosures.
The demolishing acts took place in the villages of Qawawis, Imneizil, Ad Deirat and Um Lasafa.
Also, residents of Al Tuwani area in Hebron are concerned that the army would demolish a mosque which was built in 2007 after the so-called Israeli Civil Administration Office issued an order to demolish the mosque in November 2007.
The CPT reported that on November 26, 2007, an Israeli military jeep and a white pickup truck, belonging to the Israeli District Coordination Office (DCO), drove into the village of at-Tuwani and placed an order for the demolition of the village mosque.
The army just placed the order on a stone near the mosque and drove away without talking to anyone.
The mosque was originally built in 1978 and was demolished by the army in the same year although the villagers obtained a construction permit. It was rebuilt in 2006, and in 2007 the Israeli Authorities issued an order to stop the reconstruction of the mosque, such ordered are proceeded by actual demolishing of the structure.