On Tuesday, Israeli soldiers invaded the ad-Dyouk at-Tihta village, west of Jericho, in northeastern West Bank, and posted demolition orders targeting seven Palestinian-owned homes.
Media sources said several army jeeps invaded the village before posting the demolition orders on seven homes the occupation army alleges were built on “state lands.”
Issam Samrat, the secretary of the Fateh movement in Jericho, said the seven Palestinians own the recently constructed homes on privately-owned lands.
Four of the homeowners have been identified are Raed Samrat, Arafat Mleihat, his brother Hisham, and Maher Qonbar.
Five days ago, the soldiers invaded the same area and handed one home a demolition order. The invasion came just a day after the army issued demolition orders against twenty Palestinian homes in the village.
Ein ad-Dyouk, to the northern of Noweima and ad-Douka al-Foqa villages, west of Jericho, is inhabited by about 1300 Palestinians, mainly farmers.