The Israeli Authorities decided to demolish homes, agricultural sheds, in addition to water and electricity networks, in Douma Palestinian village, south of Nablus, in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.
Ghassan Daghlas, a Palestinian official in charge of Israeli settlements’ files in the northern West Bank, said the army issued demolition orders against four homes, agricultural sheds and networks, in addition to an electricity grid.
He also said that the soldiers destroyed an agricultural road, east of Douma, preventing the villagers from reaching their lands.
The official further stated that the ‘Civil Administration Office’, run by the Israeli army in the occupied West Bank, has officially informed the Palestinians that their constructions and networks “were built without permits,” in areas that are under full Israeli control, and gave them 45 days to file appeals.
The demolition orders were issued against constructions belonging to the following Palestinians;
- Ali Dawabsha – Two-story home .
- Rezeq Dawabsha – A room and an agricultural shed.
- Marar family – Two-story home.
- Mohammad Faqeer – Three-story home.
- Ali Shadi Karshan – A Shed belonging.
- Electricity network – Ahmad Abdul-Khaleq Dawabsha.
- A 600-meter agricultural road.