Israel demolishes caravans in the occupied West Bank

Days of Palestine - Tubas

Israeli occupation forces today demolished two caravans in the occupied Palestinian territories, according to local sources.

The official in the Jordan Valley file in Tubas governorate, Moataz Bisharat, said that the occupation demolished two caravans in Khirbet Yarza hamlet, east of Tubas, that were used as a residence for two brothers Rami and Hafez Na`im Masaid.

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He said that an international humanitarian agency provided a few months ago the caravans to the two brothers to be set up as shelters for them after their homes were demolished by the Israeli military in September under the pretext of being built without a permit.


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