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Israel to destroy house under construction, shack near Bethlehem

Israel to destroy house under construction, shack near Bethlehem

IOF hands demolition orders against structures near Bethlehem

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Gaza post

 

 local sporces announced on Tuesday that Israeli occupation officials issued demolition orders for a house under construction and a shanty in Battir hamlet, west of the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem.

 

Villager Mohammad al-Showli informed that Israeli troops raided the al-Shurafa neighborhood, close to the major entrance to Bethlehem's western rural countryside, and handed him a demolition notice for his 100-square-meter one-story house.

The military also served a demolition notice on al-cattle Showli's cousin's shack.

 

Several Israeli violations have been perpetrated against Al-Shurafa in order to prevent Palestinians from building and constructing.

Battir, six kilometers west of Bethlehem, is a UNESCO world historic site because of its ancient terraces and a Roman-era irrigation system that residents still use to irrigate their fields.

 

Battir, six kilometers west of Bethlehem, is a UNESCO world historic site because of its ancient terraces and a Roman-era irrigation system that residents still use to irrigate their fields.

It has a Roman spring and bath, as well as an eco-museum and hiking trails. The Seven Widows Quarter is the name of the old town.

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