The occupation raids Khirbet Homsa Al-Fawqa community in the northern Jordan Valley

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The Israeli occupation forces raided last night Khirbet Homsa Al-Fawqa in the northern Jordan Valley and prevented activists from building shelters for the residents whose tents were demolished yesterday and left without a shelter to protect them from the cold desert night weather, according to a local source.

The official in the Jordan Valley file in Tubas governorate, Moataz Bisharat, said that the occupation forces seized the identity cards of three of the citizens, in an attempt to obstruct their work in rebuilding what was demolished.

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Israeli occupation forces yesterday demolished and dismantled 40 structures owned by 11 Palestinian families in the community, and ordered the residents to leave the area.

 

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Khirbet Homsa al-Fawqa was subjected to widespread demolition, affecting most of its facilities in November of the last year. 

 

 

 


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