Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday demolished the Bedouin village of Al-Araqib in the Naqab desert for the 217th time since 2010, reports said today.
Israeli occupation forces reportedly raided the village, which its residents have continually rebuilt after it was demolished each time, and took away all the tents, as well as demolishing the tin shelters which the residents had installed to act as a roof, leading to their homelessness.
The demolition that occurred on May 1 was the most recent one, and the village saw fifteen demolitions in the year 2022.
The Palestinian residents in the village consistently repulse the Israeli effort to displace them from the area they have lived for many years by coming back and rebuilding their homes every time the village is deliberately destroyed.
In an attempt to take over their lands, the Israeli government is attempting to displace and relocate dozens of unrecognized Bedouin villages.