Israeli soldiers demolished, Wednesday, the al-Arakib Bedouin Palestinian village, in the Negev, for the 190th time.
Aziz at-Touri, a member of the Local Committee for Defending al-Arakib, stated that dozens of soldiers and police officers surrounded the community before invading it.
He added that the soldiers demolished sheds and barns, and removed the residential tents, displacing the families.
It is worth mentioning that the village was first demolished in July of the year 2010 and was since demolished 190 times. At-Touri stated that the residents will not abandon their village and will rebuild their community.
About 240,000 Palestinians live in the Negev desert, half of whom live in villages and Bedouin camps, some of which have been in place for hundreds of years.
The Israeli occupation authorities do not recognize their ownership of the lands of these villages and communities, refuse to provide them with basic services such as water and electricity and try by all means and methods to push the Palestinian Arabs to despair and frustration to uproot and displace them.
Article 17 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states in section 1: Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others, and in section 2: No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.