Israeli authorities today ordered the demolition of Palestinian homes in the village of Hamsa Al-Fawqa in the northern Jordan Valley, northeast of the occupied West Bank. Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Moataz Basharat, a senior official who monitors Israeli settlement activities, said occupation forces stormed Hamsa Al-Fawqa village and have so far demolished and confiscated three houses. The demolition process is ongoing. Housing units in the village were previously subjected to four demolitions, including as recently as last November. The village is one of 38 Bedouin villages that are partially or completely located within a field that Israel declared a military firing zone.


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