Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday night have handed demolition threats to 16 homes, including a medical clinic, in Susya village south of Hebron Hills.
Head of the Popular Resistance Coordination Committee, Munther Amira assured that if this decision is implemented, activists will rebuild the housings again.
the PRCC has launched campaign titled “Save Susya,” to stop the occupation from demolishing it for the purpose of settlement expansion.
Amira pointed out the irony in which Israel gives permissions for Palestinians to enter Jerusalem during Ramadan, then gives them demolition threats for the Eid (celebration) which comes tomorrow, while the world remains distracted from this case.
Israeli occupation court in the beginning of May issued an order to deport the population of Susya village near Yatta, south of Hebron.
The decision followed Israeli settlers’ appeal to the court two months ago, demanding the displacement of Palestinian natives, for the expansion of the settlement constructed on Susya lands.
The village has always been targeted by the Israeli occupation, and if this decision is carried out, dozens of families will be left homeless.