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Israel orders demolition of structures in north and south of West Bank

Hebron (QNN) – Israeli authorities today issued demolition orders against several structures in the north and south of the occupied West Bank under the pretext of building without permit, according to local sources.

Demolition orders were issued against a park, unpaved road, retaining walls, a children playing ground and a storage space owned by a Palestinian family in the village of Hares, to the west of the northern West Bank city of Salfit, and built on a 100-dunum plot.

Amin Dawood, son of the owner of the structures, told official news agency WAFA that the forces handed his family the demolition notices against the structures claiming they were built without a permit.

In the south of the West Bank, the Israeli army notified six people in Khillet al-Khaldieh and Khillet Azouh, in Masafer Yatta, south of Hebron, of the intention to demolish their homes, animal barns and a water well also under the pretext of building without permit from the army, according to Rateb al-Jabour, a local activist.

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