Israeli forces demolished, on Monday, a Palestinian-owned home in the Masafer Yatta area, in the southern West Bank, and on Sunday, forced a family to demolish their own home in occupied Jerusalem, local sources reported.

Occupation forces demolished the 80 square meter home, consisting of two floors, belonging to Palestinian citizen, Ahmed Muhammad Abu Qubeita, in the “Wadi al-Amayer” area of Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron.

Abu Qubeita stated that Israeli forces seized the contents of the home and demolished it without any prior notice.

Meanwhile, south of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, Israeli authorities delivered, on Monday, stop-work orders against a road and a carwash facility in Aqraba town.

According to Salah Jaber, the head of the Aqraba municipality, said that occupation forces notified the municipality to cease working on a 3.5 km long agricultural road, in addition to a carwash facility in the town.

Furthermore, a Palestinian and his son embarked, on Sunday, on demolishing their apartments in the Jabal al-Mokabber neighborhood of occupied East Jerusalem, in order to avoid inordinate fines.

Media sources reported that Israeli authorities ordered the demolition of the two apartments belonging to Muammar Khader Jaabis and his son Muhammad, under the pretext of lacking an Israeli issued building permit.

The family were forced to carry out the demolition themselves to avoid the burdensome fines which would be imposed if the Israeli Municipality carried out the demolition itself.

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