Israeli forces, on Monday, delivered demolition orders against several Palestinian-owned structures in the occupied West Bank, according to local sources.
In the northern West Bank village of Hares, the Palestinian owners of a 100 dunam plot containing a park, an unpaved road, retaining walls, a playground and a storage space, received an order stating that the state will demolish the structures.
Family member of the owner, Amin Dawood, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that Israeli forces handed his family member a demolition order, claiming that the structures were built without a permit.
The army also delivered demolition orders against the homes, animal barns and a water well in Khillet al-Khaldieh and Khillet Azouh in the southern Hebron Hills, belonging to six Palestinians.
Local activist, Rateb al-Jabour, said that the pretext for the demolition order, is the lack of an Israeli issued permit.