Israeli occupation bulldozers, on Wednesday, demolished foundations and columns of commercial warehouses under construction in the town of Huwwara, to the south of Nablus, northern occupied West Bank.

According to warehouse owner, the bulldozers demolished the foundations and columns of warehouses which were being built on the main street in the town, under the pretext of building without a license.

He explained, according to the PNN, that the construction is located in the area classified as “B” according to the Oslo agreement, and the issuance of a construction permit before the Israeli courts, but the latter was modified in the master plan and claimed that the construction is located in areas “C”, noting that the occupation forces demolished the building.

He estimated the size of the losses at 15 thousand Jordanian dinars, noting that the occupation forces had previously seized a concrete mixer while it was being used in the building.

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