Ramallah (QNN)- Israeli forces forcibly displaced two Bedouin families near Al Taybeh town in eastern Ramallah this morning.
An Israeli force raided the area on the early morning and dismantled tents, which used to house two families of 15 members from Al Ka’abneh, making them homeless.
Local sources said the Israeli army has started recently to confiscate tents after dismantling them to prevent Palestinians from re-installing them.
The occupation state has been in recent years targeting Bedouin communities throughout the West Bank, aiming at forcibly displace them after displacing most of them during the Nakba.
Under the international law, the forced and arbitrary transfer of populations is a crime against humanity.