The Israeli army handed out on Monday demolition orders to four Palestinian home-owners at the town of Halhul, southern West Bank.
The army says the homes are located in an area close to the settlers’ road number 60 which connects Israeli settlement in southern West Bank with Jerusalem.
Road 60 was original built on land used to be owned by Palestinians. There are half a million setters living in West Bank settlements. All those settlements are illegal according to international law.
Last week the Israeli military demolished three houses in the West Bank. Those homes were located in Al-Khader and Beit Sahour southern West Bank and the village of Hares northern West Bank.
The army says the homes lack needed permission from the army. Residents say the army never gives Palestinians permission to build.