Israeli occupation troops demolished for 208 times the Al-Araqib Bedouin village in occupied Naqab on Monday, October 24.
Local sources reported that Israeli occupation forces razed and destroyed Al-Araqib village after it was rebuilt by its owners.
Since the start of 2022, Israeli occupation forces demolished Al-Araqib villages about eight times, the last of which was earlier in September.
Al-Araqib is one of the Palestinian villages in the Niqab desert occupied in 1948. Continuously, the Israeli occupation troops invade the village, demolishing its houses, and displacing the Palestinian families.
Al-Araqib has become a symbol of the ongoing Palestinian struggle against the Israeli occupation as its people rebuilt the village every time the Israeli occupation demolishes it.
800 Palestinians currently live in al Araqib and rely on herding and agriculture as their main sources of income.