West Bank, ALRAY - The Israeli occupation handed over on Sunday at dawn demolishing orders to three Palestinian houses in Shwaika, north of Tulkarem in the Occupied West Bank.
The Israeli occupation claimed that the houses were not licensed "officially", and that they should be licensed from "Kedumim municipality, west of Nablus.
The Palestinians denounced this step since the houses are located in area (B) which is licensed by the Municipality of Tulkarem and had been built since the nineties.
The Israeli occupation handed also all houses adjacent to the borders, warning notifications of building any additional floors.
In the same context, the Israeli occupation high court is to discuss on Monday the appeal presented by the family of Zyad Awad and some leftist Israeli institutions against the decision of the Israeli government to demolish his house..
Awad and his son were accused of being behind the killing of a settler and injuring four others near Tarqoumia two months ago.
According to Israeli web site Walla , the court will consider all possible measures whether to demolish the house partially or completely or to cancel the demolishing decision.
Sources confirmed that Zeyad's family filed papers proofing that the house rented and their families live at home and not only the prisoner and his family.