Israeli forces demolished, on Tuesday, four under-construction buildings in Deir Qaddis village, west of Ramallah in the central occupied West Bank, local sources reported.

Sources told Palestinian News and Information Agency (WAFA) that the army destroyed the four structures, belonging to a local resident, under the pretext of being built without a permit.

In related news, occupation authorities delivered stop work orders to four under-construction homes located in Idna town, west of Hebron in the southern West Bank, according to local sources.

Abdul-Rahman Tmeizi, the Director of Idna Municipality’s Public Relations Department, told WAFA that soldiers invaded the western part of the town and handed the stop work orders and threatened the home-owners with demolition if they continued building.

Furthermore Israeli forces, on Monday, disassembled fabricated structures which were being used as classrooms and a fence that surrounded the school, in the northern Jordan Valley, according to a local official.

Mu’taz Bisharat, a Palestinian Authority official, told Quds News Network that soldiers invaded the area and tore down the pre-constructed classrooms for the Al-Maleh school, a clinic, and confiscated the fence that surrounded the school.

The occupation army demolishes commercial stores under-construction. Photo: QNN
Palestinian owners of demolished commercial stores stand on the rubble. Photo: QNN

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