Israeli soldiers guarding home demolition (Palestine TV)

Two Palestinian homes were dismantled by Israeli forces, on Monday, near az-Za’ayyem town, northeast of occupied East Jerusalem, while others received eviction orders.

According to Palestinian WAFA News correspondent, occupation soldiers stripped the 2 residences, and confiscated building equipment belonging to brothers Morad and Imran Za’atra.

Fatah official, Dawoud al-Jahaleen, stated that Israel’s displacement of the indigenous Palestinian and Bedouin communities, to make room for illegal colonies.

Meanwhile, in the southern West Bank, WAFA reported that twelve residents in Khirbet Zanota, south of Hebron, received eviction notices to remove their tents, which are being used as residences.

Also on Monday, Israeli occupation soldiers stormed al-‘Isawiya neighborhood in East Jerusalem, and handed out cease construction as well as demolition orders to Palestinian residents, according to the Wadi Hilweh Information Center (Silwanic).

In addition, Israeli forces confiscated a tractor which was operating to cultivate Palestinian-owned lands in the northern Jordan Valley, northern West Bank.

Palestinian activist, Aref Daraghme, stated that Israeli occupation forces confiscated a bulldozer belonging to al-Maleh village council, and impounded a vehicle belonging to Mahdi Daraghme, the head of al-Maleh village council.

Photo: Silwanic


~ WAFA, Silwanic