The slaughterhouse that was demolished in Ni'lin, Ramallah

Demolition Spree: IOF demolish homes, shops, slaughterhouses across West Bank

PNN/ Bethlehem/

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) have carried a wide wave of demolitions across cities all over the occupied West Bank, as part of either collective punishments or under claims that these facilities have no building permit, especially in the C areas.

On Thursday morning, IOF broke into Ni’lin village east of Ramallah, demolished a slaughterhouse and a shop.

Sources in Ramallah said that IOF evacuated the slaughterhouse before demolishing it.
Following the demolition, clashes broke out in the area between youths and soldiers.

Only two days ago, another salughterhouse was demolished in Bethlehem under the pretext of having “no building permit.”

At the same time, IOF demolished housing facilities in Tana community, east of Nablus, for the fourth time in 50 days.

Meanwhile in Nablus, hundreds of Israeli settlers carried out Talmudic rituals in Joseph’s tomb, northern West Bank, entering it illegally.

Israeli settlers carrying Talmudic rituals in Joseph's Tomb, Nablus
Israeli settlers carrying Talmudic rituals in Joseph’s Tomb, Nablus

On Thursday as well, Israeli bulldozers demolished homes for Palestinian Bedouins in two communities, Al-Khan Al-Ahmad and Bir Mascoub near Jerusalem.

This comes one day after IOF demolished six houses and agricultural facilities in Um Al-Kheir community east of Yatta, southern Hebron Hills, making 35 people homeless.

Demolitions in Umm Al-Kheir village, Southern Hebron Hills
Demolitions in Umm Al-Kheir village, Southern Hebron Hills