Israeli occupation bulldozers demolished on Thursday morning the Palestinian Bedouin village of Al-Araqeeb in Al-Naqab for 105th time.
Officers from Israeli police’s Yoav unit, the section created to implement demolitions of Bedouin homes in Al-Naqab, were heavily deployed in the area.
Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld confirmed that police forces were deployed in the area to carry out demolitions on a “number of buildings” in accordance with a court order.
During the raid, the Israeli occupation police confiscated possessions of the Arab residents, including vehicles owned by the Bedouins.
Israeli forces began targeting the village with demolitions in 2010, along with filing multiple lawsuits against the residents and imposing more than two million shekels ($527,920) worth of fines.
The first demolition of Al-Araqeeb, which is one of 35 Bedouin villages considered “unrecognised” by the Israeli occupation, took place more than six years ago on 27 June 2010.
According to the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI), more than half of the approximately 160,000 Bedouins of Al-Naqab reside in unrecognised villages.
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While Bedouins of the Negev are considered Israeli citizens, the villages unrecognised by the government have faced relentless efforts to expel them from their lands in order to make room for Jewish Israeli homes.
The classification of their villages as “unrecognised” prevents Bedouins from developing or expanding their communities, as their villages are considered illegal by Israeli authorities.