IOF demolish house under construction in Arroub refugee camp

PNN/ Hebron/

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Wednesday morning have demolished a house under construction in Al-Arroub refugee camp north of Hebron.

Local sources said that IOF tore down the foundations of the house under the pretext that it is located in (C) area and had no building permit.

The house is property of Khaled Al-Moghrabi.

On a related matter, IOF Wednesday morning have destroyed seven farming facilities in Al-Aqaba village east of Tubas, northern West Bank.

The facilities were utilized for agricultural purposes, and served as warehouses for grain and livestock.

On Tuesday morning, Israeli occupation bulldozers tore down three homes in Dahmash town near occupied Ramla, under the pretext of no building permit.

The Dahmash neighborhood shelters about 700 Palestinians, and its case dates back to the Palestinian Nakba (catastrophe ) in 1948, when the Zionist forces forcefully displaced over 800 thousand Palestinians from their homes.

Last Tuesday, IOF demolished two buildings, which contained two housing units and two commercial shops in the town of Silwan, East Jerusalem. The demolition was an order from the Jerusalem municipality, under the pretext that they were built without a permit.