Israeli occupation forces have issued on Monday, July 10, 2023, a halt construction order on Palestinian residential structures in the village of Bardala in the northern Jordan Valley, according to activist Aref Draghma.
The Israeli occupation cited a lack of permits as the justification behind the orders to halt construction on three residential buildings and the cultivation of a piece of land owned by Adel Ahmed Swafta.
The village of Bardala, located in the northern Jordan Valley, has been subjected to ongoing restrictions and land confiscation by Israeli occupation.
The Israeli government has frequently issued demolition orders and stop-work orders on Palestinian-owned structures and agricultural land in the area, claiming they were built or cultivated without the necessary permits.
These measures have had a detrimental impact on the livelihoods and living conditions of Palestinian residents, who face difficulties in obtaining building permits due to stringent Israeli regulations and restrictions.
The actions of the Israeli occupation forces in Bardala are part of a broader pattern of control and oppression imposed on Palestinians in the occupied territories.