West Bank, ALRAY - Israeli occupation forces have issued Monday demolition notices for four structures located in the airport area, situated to the east of the city of Jericho in the eastern part of the West Bank. The move comes as tensions in the region continue to simmer, with Palestinian property owners and residents facing the looming threat of displacement.
Local sources reported that the four structures included three agricultural barracks and a residential tent, owned by Palestinian Jamal Mohammad Jahalin and his sons Dawood and Ahmed.
Earlier on Monday, Israeli forces demolished three houses in the areas of Froush Beit Dajan, east of Nablus in the northern West Bank, and Al-Jiftlik, north of Jericho, claiming lack of permits.
The occupation continues to target residents of the Jordan Valley with demolition operations and training exercises in the vicinity of their homes, in an effort to force them to leave the Jordan Valley for the expansion of settlements in the West Bank and occupied Jerusalem.