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OCHA Flash Update: Multiple demolitions across Area C in the West Bank; 124 people displaced

10.4.16

OCHA Flash Update: Multiple demolitions across Area C in the West Bank; 124 people displaced: In total, 54 structures (including 18 donor-funded structures) were demolished in nine different communities, displacing 124 people, including 60 children. A further 293 people, including 98 children, were otherwise affected.

The demolitions in the five Bedouin localities in the Jerusalem governorate resulted in the demolition of 14 structures, including nine residential structures, displacing 55 people, including 31 children. All five affected communities are among the 46 Palestinian Bedouin communities in the central West Bank at-risk of forcible transfer as a result of a “relocation” plan advanced by the Israeli authorities. They are also among the communities directly affected by the E1 settlement plan, for the expansion of Ma’ale Adummim, creating a continuous built-up area between this settlement and East Jerusalem.


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