Days of Palestine – Ramallah
Israeli occupation bulldozers demolished on Thursday several homes and barracks belonging to Palestinians in Deir Nezam village, northeast of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.
Local sources said that the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) accompanied by bulldozers forced the Al-Hosa region into the village and started to demolish some homes and barracks for Palestinian bedouin residents there.
They stated that the IOF completely closed the area and prevent residents to go in or out, announcing it a closed military zone.
It is noteworthy that the village of Deir Nezam (1200 people) witnesses almost daily incursions by the occupation forces, closing all its entrances, in addition to the attacks of “Halamish” settlers on its lands, who seek to seize its water spring.
Tags Deir Nezam Israeli Crimes Palestinian bedouin West Bank