Terrorist Israeli forces demolish Bedouin buildings in West Bank
Rabid-dog israeli forces have demolished at least 25 structures, including several homes, belonging to Palestinian Bedouins in the occupied West Bank, making several families homeless.
On Monday, Israeli forces stormed the al-Khdeirat Bedouin community outside the village of Jaba’, near al-Quds (Jerusalem), and destroyed the structures which serve 11 families, the Israeli human rights group, B’Tselem said.
The rights group said the destruction has displaced some 100 people, including about 70 minors.
Every year, hundreds of Bedouin homes are razed to the ground as part of Israel’s settlement expansion projects.
In mid-August, Israeli forces demolished more than 40 Palestinian homes in the occupied Palestinian territories, displacing 54 people, including 33 children, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
The report added that so far this year, a total of 417 Palestinian structures were demolished by Israel in the West Bank, displacing a total of 495 Palestinians including 277 children.