Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Several Israeli bulldozers on Wednesday demolished structures owned by Palestinians in different areas of the occupied Jerusalem and West Bank.
In Qalandya, Israeli bulldozers performed large-scale demolitions in Qalandya refugee camp in northern occupied Jerusalem under the pretext of lacking building permits, which caused a stifling traffic near the Qalandya checkpoint and long lines of Palestinians, who were heading to their jobs.
Dozens of cars tried to drive through dirt roads near the apartheid wall to reach their jobs and schools, especially that the Israeli bulldozers started demolition works in the rush hour.
Local sources said that the Israeli bulldozers accompanied by Israeli occupation soldiers demolished a building and shops, and removed shops’ signs.
In the Jordan Vally, Israeli occupation vehicles demolished on Wednesday residential structures in addition to sheepfolds in the Raas El Ahmar village at the Jordan Valley.
Wafa agency quoted witnesses say that the demolished structures are owned by Allam Bani Oudeh and Baker Bani Oudeh families.
‘Israel’ has been following a demolition policy targeting everything owned by Palestinians, to force them leave their properties and allow illegal Jewish settlers to replace them.