Israeli occupation bulldozers demolish four Palestinian homes
The illegal demolition process by Israeli occupation forces in Palestine continues. targeting the occupied West Bank this time.
Israeli occupation forces launched on Monday a demolition campaign targeting the homes of Palestinian civilians in the occupied West Bank.
Local sources reported that occupation bulldozers demolished a cement house under construction east of the city of Tubas, under the pretense that it is unlicensed.
Israeli occupation bulldozers also demolished two houses under construction in Beit Dajan, east of Nablus, and injured a number of civilians in the process.
Beit Dajan Town Council Chairman, Toufiq Al-Hajj Mohammad, said Israeli occupation forces stormed the town's southeast, accompanied by a number of bulldozers, and demolished two two-story houses under the pretense of building in a differently classified zone.
According to human rights centers, Palestinians in Al-Quds face great difficulties in obtaining building permits, as they cost tens of thousands of dollars for each apartment. That is why Palestinians often build their homes without a permit because it is almost impossible to get one, and the reason is that the mayor and city council attempt to keep the city’s Palestinian population at a bare minimum and multiply its Jewish residents by approving the construction of thousands of new housing units in illegal Jewish settlements.