Israeli occupation forces demolish two Palestinian-owned houses in a northern West Bank village

Israeli occupation forces this morning demolished two Palestinian-owned houses in the village of Furoush Beit Dajan, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, according to the head of the village’s council Azem Hajj Mohammad.

He said that the soldiers, accompanied by a bulldozer, stormed the village and proceeded to demolish the two houses owned by local residents, one of them was still in the construction stage, claiming they were built without a permit in an area under full Israeli military control.

The head of the village council said the Israeli occupation authorities informed the village in July of the intention to demolish 13 houses and structures under the same pretext, in addition to other previous demolition orders affecting most of the houses in the village after seizing 11,000 dunums of the village land.

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