The Israeli army demolishes two Palestinian homes in the eastern West Bank

Hasan Almajidy
Hasan Almajidy
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On Tuesday, the Israeli army demolished two homes in the eastern West Bank, claiming they were built without a permit.

Eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency that an Israeli force raided the village of Al-Dyouk Al-Tahta in the Jericho Governorate, east of the West Bank, accompanied by military bulldozers, and demolished the two houses under the pretext of “building without a permit.”

The witnesses added that the two houses belong to the citizens, Murshid and Moreeb Kaabneh.

The two demolished homes are located in Area C, which is under Israeli control and constitutes about 60 percent of the West Bank.

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The Israeli authorities prohibit construction or land reclamation in Area C without permits, which are nearly impossible to obtain, Palestinians say.

The Oslo II Accord (1995) classified the lands of the West Bank into 3 areas: “A” is subject to full Palestinian control, “B” is subject to Palestinian Israeli security, civil and administrative control, and “C” is subject to Israeli civil, administrative and security control.​​​​​​​

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Posted by Hasan Almajidy
Hasan Almajidy is an Iraqi Musical Artist, Composer and Music Maker from Baghdad. The founder of Almajidy Production Company is a well-known Iraqi writer in Iraq, one of the first contributors to the development of music production and a digital music distributor.
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