Israeli occupation forces demolished 11 Palestinian structures in between West Bank and East Jerusalem on Monday morning, leaving 28 Palestinians homeless.
Owners of three houses were ordered and obliged to carry out the demolition of their homes by their own.
Residents said that bulldozers of the Israeli municipality of Jerusalem were escorted by Israeli occupation soldiers arrived in Maazi Jaba, east of the village of Jaba, in the early morning and demolished eight structures, including three barns.
The demolition of the Palestinian homes in the area left 28 people, including 18 minors under the age of 16, homeless.
Spokesperson for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) confirmed the demolition of the eight structures, saying that five were residential, one was used for animals, and two were external kitchens.
They added that “the Israeli forces also forced residents to self-demolish three other structures…
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In total, 11 structures were demolished.”
Many Palestinians are forced to demolish their own homes in order to avoid paying costly demolition fees.