Israeli authorities demolish the village of Al-Araqib 182 times

Days of Palestine - Negev 

The Israeli authorities demolished on Wednesday the homes of the residents of the village of Al-Araqib, which is under threat of uprooting and displacement in the Negev region, for the 182nd time in a row.

The Israeli forces stormed the village of Al-Araqib and displaced its people, despite the rainy weather and the cold weather prevailing in the country.

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The demolition of the village's tents came today, after the last time they were demolished, on December 17, 2020.

 

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This is the first time that the tents of the people of Al-Araqib have been demolished from the beginning of this year 2021 until today, While the people re-erect it every time of wood and a nylon cover to protect them from the bitter cold in the rainy weather and despite the Corona pandemic in the country.

The Israeli occupation have continued to demolish Al-Araqib village since 2000, in their repeated attempts to force the villagers to frustration and despair and displace them from their lands.

 

 

 

     

 

 


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