Israel razes house, structures in West Bank village of Walaja

Days of Palestine - Bethlehem

The Israeli occupation army on Thursday morning demolished a house, and a number of sheds and retaining walls in al-Walaja village, northwest of Bethlehem.

Chief of the village Khader al-Araj said that a bulldozer escorted by Israeli soldiers stormed a neighborhood in the village and knocked down a house belonging to a local  resident called Mohamed Abul-Heija as well as retaining walls.

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The bulldozer also razed a group of sheds belonging to the family of Abul-Teen.

The Israeli army had demolished the house of Abul-Heija several times before.

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