Israeli forces notify Jordan Valley residents of intention to demolish structures

Days of Palestine - Jordan Valley

Israeli occupation forces Monday stormed Khirbet al-Mateh in the northern Jordan Valley and distributed demolition notices to a number of families.

Local sources reported that the Israeli occupation forces handed 6 demolition notices, including 9 families, who live in Khirbet al-Mateh in the northern Jordan Valley.

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Yesterday, Sunday, the Israeli occupation had notified the suspension of work in the homes of Khaled Ali Salameh, the poor, resident of Khirbet al-Mila.

Local sources indicated that the so-called "Israeli Civil Administration" photographed the homes of citizens in Khirbet al-Mateh.

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The attacks of the Israeli occupation and its settlers in the West Bank have escalated steadily in recent years, in terms of the quantity and the size of the damage inflicted on the Palestinian citizens.

The Jordan Valley is the food basket of Palestine, and it is the area most affected by the annexation project, which will devour tens of thousands of dunams of agricultural land.

Several areas in the West Bank, especially in the Jordan Valley and villages adjacent to the settlements, are under constant attack with the aim of confiscating more lands, building a settlement road, and displacing the population.

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