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Israel demolishes Palestinian homes and agricultural facilities in the Jordan Valley

Israeli forces stormed the Palestinian village of Khirbet Al-Hadidiyeh in the northern Jordan Valley yesterday and demolished homes and agricultural facilities there.

The head of the local council, Aref Daraghmeh, told Quds Press that the Israeli Committee for Planning and Building raided the village and began a wide demolition operation while the Israeli army imposed a blockade on the area and announced it a “closed military zone”.

The head of the Jordan Valley committee in Tubas governate, Moataz Bisharat, said that on Wednesday Israeli forces destroyed the street leading to Khirbet Al-Hadidiyeh using military bulldozers, and began to demolish the Palestinians homes there early yesterday morning.

Bisharat said Israeli bulldozers demolished more than 13 Palestinian facilities, some of which were owned by governor Bisharat.

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