Articles tagged with: “Home Demolition”
Beit Ommar, Betlehem District »
Tuesday 13th September – In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Israeli army bulldozers demolished two buildings, one home in Beit Ommar, and one car parts shop in the neighbouring Al Rub refugee camp.[caption id="attachment_3884" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Fayiz at the site of his demolished home."][/caption]
In Beit Ommar, a army bulldozer demolished a house which was under construction near the Route 60 highway, which runs past the entrance to the town. The building’s owner, Fayiz Nasr Khalyir, 47, had planned to house … Continue reading
Jordan Valley »
On Tuesday, June 14, the Israeli military demolished 24 structures in the Palestinian village of Fasayel, in the southern Jordan Valley. At 6 o’clock in the morning, about 10 military jeeps, one civil administration vehicle and 3 bulldozers entered the Palestinian villages of Fasayel, turning the area into a ‘closed military area’ and preventing anyone from entering the village for more than 3 hours.
The army demolished 18 homes, 3 animal shelters and 3 other structures, leaving 18 families homeless and without any source of income.
Some of the owners of the structures include:
Qaïd Atallah Salame
Uhsein … Continue reading
Jordan Valley »
At 3pm yesterday 2 army jeeps carrying 8 soldiers came to the home of the Oudeh family. They demanded that the family take down their tent house and their two animal shelters. The army did not present the family with a demolition order or any other documents requiring the family to leave their land.
The Oudeh family live near Al Hadidya, in the northern Jordan Valley. Al Hadidya is in the shadow of Roi’i settlement, and adjacent to an army training area. While the family is originally from Hebron, they have lived near Al Hadidya since before the Israeli … Continue reading
Beit Ommar »
On the morning of Wednesday, March 9th, 2011, Israeli Forces demolished a barn belong to Mohammed Yunis Geiab Al-Alami in the Palestinian village of Beit Ommar in the southern West Bank. The Al-Alami residence is comprised of ten members of the family. The demolished structure was built 20 years ago. An Israeli military bulldozer had demolished the structure by mid-day, leaving the family stripped of an important element of their means of living.
The only explanation given to the family was that the building was too close to Route 60, the main road connecting the cities of Bethlehem and Hebron. Route 60 is … Continue reading