Hebron, ALRAY – The Israeli occupation forces demolished on Tuesday a restaurant and a pottery workshop in the village of Sebastia, north of Nablus, as well as residential structures in the village of Um al-Kheir near Hebron, local sources reported.
Mayor of Sebastia municipality said that Israeli forces broke into the village and demolished a restaurant and a pottery workshop, both owned by two local Palestinian villagers, under the pretext of construction without permission.
In the same context in Hebron, the Israeli forces along with bulldozers stormed the village of Um al-Kheir, where they demolished five residential structures sheltering local Palestinian Bedouins.
Aftermath the demolition of the five structures, clashes erupted between the Israeli forces and local Palestinians, local sources reported.
The vast majority of these demolitions were carried out on the grounds of construction without a permit.
Between 2010 and 2014, only 1.5 percent of applications for building permits in Area C were approved by Israeli occupation authorities, OCHA adds.