Israeli forces demolish two agricultural rooms in Hebron

Days of Palestine - Hebron

Israeli occupation forces demolished Sunday two agricultural rooms in Hebron and issued a stop-construction order to a farming facility west of Bethlehem.

According to local sources, Israeli bulldozers demolished two 120-square-meter agricultural rooms belonging to the two brothers, Barakat and Naim Abdel-Rahman Al-Rajabi, in the Abu Tayyah area southeast of Hebron.

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Meanwhile, an eyewitness reported that Israeli occupation soldiers dispatched a stop-construction order to the owner of a farm facility in Wadi Fukin village, in western Bethlehem, under the pretext of lack of a building permit.

This notified facility is a pergola used for agricultural purposes by the citizen Nayef Manasra.

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