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Israel to Demolish 14 Homes, Close Two Roads in Nablus Area

20.7.16

Israel to Demolish 14 Homes, Close Two Roads in Nablus Area: [/english.wafa.ps]  NABLUS, July 19, 2016 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Tuesday notified to close two agricultural roads and to demolish 14 Palestinian-owned homes and two agricultural structures to the south of Nablus, in the northern West Bank, according to an official.

Ghassan Daghlas, an official who monitors Israeli settlement construction in northern West Bank, said a large Israeli military force handed notices to demolish seven homes in Beit Dejan, in addition to seven others in Majdal Bani Fadel. They also notified to demolish two sheds used for agricultural purposes in Qasra area.

Furthermore, Forces handed the locals an order to close two agricultural roads in Aqraba area.

The official noted that the demolition, if implemented, would leave dozens of Palestinians without homes.


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