Israeli occupation forces detain 11 Palestinians, demolish houses and raze agricultural lands in occupied al-Quds and West Bank

OCCUPIED AL-QUDS, (ST)- The Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday detained 11 Palestinians in different parts of the West Bank.

Wafa news Agency reported that the occupation detained 11 Palestinians after storming the cities of Qalqilya and Rammallah, two towns in al-Khalil and Toulkarem and Ayda Camp in Bethlehem.

Yesterday, the Israeli occupation detained ten Palestinians in the West Bank.

Occupation forces demolish four houses in al-Quds

Meanwhile, the occupation forces attacked the occupied city of al-Quds and demolished four houses.

 Israeli bulldozers stormed Wad Qaddoum neighborhood in Silawan to the south of al-Aqsa Mosque and demolished three houses, according to Wafa news agency.

 Earlier at dawn, the occupation’s bulldozers demolished a house to the south of al-Quds. 

The occupation forces also stormed Suseyya village in the south of al-Khalil city in the West Bank and demolished a house.

Rateb al-Jabbour, the Coordinator of the National Committee for Resisting the Apartheid Wall and Settlements in the south of al-Khalil city, told Wafa news agency that the occupation forces stormed the village with a number of bulldozers, demolished a house, and delivered warnings on demolishing two other houses and a trade facility. 

 Jabour indicated that the occupation authorities are escalating the demolition of Palestinian houses in the village, with the aim of displacing the locals and seizing their lands in order to expand a settlement that had been established in this area.

Occupation razes agricultural lands in the West Bank, uproot olive trees

The Israeli occupation forces also razed agricultural lands and uprooted 100 olive trees in Wad Rahhal village, to the south of Bethlehem in the West Bank.

Hasan Breijieh, Director of the Office of the Committee for Resisting the Apartheid Wall and Settlements in Bethlehem told Wafa that the Israeli occupation razed more than two dunums of land and uprooted 100 olive trees to establish more illegal settlements.

Hamda Mustafa