Hamas slams Israel's demolition of a village in the northern Jordan Valley

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The Hamas Movement has denounced the Israeli occupation demolish's of the village of Humsa Al-Buqi'a in the northern Jordan Valley.

In a statement on Saturday, the spokesperson, Hazem Qassem, said that continuation of the policy of ethnic cleansing practiced by Israeli occupation against the Palestinian people as part of their replacement strategy.

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Qassem added that this is a violation of all international and humanitarian laws and norms, and an expression of the logic of bullying, noting that the escalation of this policy came with encouragement from the path of normalization practiced by some Arab parties.

He indicated that the demolitions add to an unending series of crimes of confiscation of land and displacement of the Palestinian population, which requires the acceleration of the activation of popular resistance under the unified national leadership.

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It is noteworthy that, last week, the occupation forces demolished more than 70 buildings, including residential and sanitation facilities, belonging to 11 Palestinian families with 41 children in Humsa Al-Buqi'a, north of the Jordan Valley.

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