Israeli forces today demolished two Palestinian residential structures in the southern West Bank district of Hebron.
Coordinator of the Anti-Wall and Settlement Committees Rateb Jabour said that Israeli occupation forces escorted a bulldozer into Maghayer al-‘Abeed area near Masafer Yatta, where the heavy machinery demolished a room belonging to Ibrahim Shehadeh.
On December 5, four residential structures were torn down in the same area.
Meanwhile, Jabour confirmed that residential room was also torn down in As-Samu’, a town located to the south of Hebron.
The owner of the demolished structure was identified as Khader Ismail al-Hawamdeh.
Masafer Yatta is a collection of almost 19 hamlets which rely heavily on animal husbandry as the main source of livelihood.
Israeli violations against the area include demolition of animal barns, homes and residential structures. Issuance of construction permits by Israel to local Palestinians in the area is non-existent.