Occupied Jordan Valley (QNN)- Israeli bulldozers Thursday demolished three residential structures in al-Dyouk village in occupied Jericho.
WAFA stated that Israeli bulldozers and forces stormed the village and demolished houses, belonging to the citizens Mu’ayyad Abu Ubaida, Thaer Sharif, and Yaser Olayyan.
It added that each structure is nearly 120 square meters.
In the same vein, Israeli forces on Thursday as well confiscated poles and sheeting that were meant to form eight tents, two for a field clinic, and four for emergency housing for residents evacuated from their homes, and two as makeshift mosques in the Palestinian community of Khirbet Ibziq in the northern Jordan Valley, according to B’Tselem.
The Israelis also confiscated a tin shack in place for more than two years, as well as a power generator and sacks of sand and cement. Four pallets of cinder blocks intended for the tent floors were taken away and four others demolished.
Israeli B’Tselem added that “as the whole world battles an unprecedented and paralyzing healthcare crisis, Israel’s military is devoting time and resources to harassing the most vulnerable Palestinian communities in the West Bank, that Israel has attempted to drive out of the area for decades.”