Israeli occupation forces demolished six Palestinian residential tents on Tuesday, December 20, displacing their residents south of Hebron.
Israeli occupation forces accompanied by heavy bulldozers raided Yatta town and demolished six tents owned by the Palestinian family of Al-Hadar, displacing their residents, reported Rateb Al-Jabour, Coordinator of the Popular and National Committees to Resist the Wall and Settlement in South Hebron.
Israeli troops forcibly displace Palestinian residents of the six tents before seizing and moving it to an unknown destination, he added.
In a related incident, Israeli occupation forces barged their way accompanied by heavy military vehicles into Tal Ma’in in the town of Karmel and demolished an agricultural room owned by Palestinian man Ayed Ali Hamamdeh.
Israeli occupation forces also raided Al-Tuwana village and demolished a sheep pen belonging to the Palestinian man Nasser Al-Adra.
In Khallet al-Daba’, Israeli troops seized the support tent set up by anti-settlement activists, moved it to an unknown destination, and beat the Palestinian citizen Amer Dababsa, causing him bruises.
Masafer Yatta and surrounding Palestinian communities are subject to ongoing Israeli violations, including multiple assaults by illegal colonizers against Palestinian farmers and their lands.
Masafer Yatta, located in southern Hebron Hills, extends over an area of 30,000 dunams, with a population of 2,500 residents distributed over 12 villages or hamlets.
More than 2000 Palestinian residents in Masafer Yatta are facing imminent expulsion from their homes by the Israeli occupation under the pretext of classifying it as a military training area for the Israeli forces in which the Palestinians have no right to live.