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Israeli machinery demolishes a Palestinian building on the outskirts of Jerusalem

UN warns IDF Wadi Hummus home razings risks forced Palestinian transfer

One Palestinian resident who sat on a plastic chair in his living room told the Border Police that he would rather they destroy the home on top of his head than take him out by force.

IDF demolition of terrorists' houses, August 9, 2017.

EU concerned by pending Palestinian home demolitions near Jerusalem

While the IDF does not usually carry out enforcement in Areas A and B, in this case the buildings were constructed too close to the security barrier.

An EU-funded structure in the West Bank

EU to Israel: Halt razing of Palestinian structures

The EU took particular issue with a new IDF tool to evacuate illegal Palestinian villages, which it adapted from a measure initiated to help destroy settler outposts.

EU demands Israel rebuild illegal Palestinian school structures

In their statement, the EU also urged Israel to halt settlement construction, while encouraging the rebuilding of illegal Palestinian schools.

A Palestinian laborer works on a construction site in the new Palestinian town dubbed Rawabi

Israel advancing 14,000 Palestinian homes in Area C, right-wing warns

The Council and right-wing politicians are concerned the move will allow that territory to become part of a Palestinian state in any final-status agreement for a two-state solution.

Beduin

Cabinet endorses plan to fund Beduin townships, increase 'law enforcement'

Ten new industrial zones are to be set up to combat unemployment in the sector, which is currently the highest in the country, the statement said.

A VIEW of Umm Al-Hiran, the Beduin village in the southern Negev Desert demolished by police last we

New evidence intensifies mystery around Beduin teacher's killing

Witnesses and audio visual data raise possibility that Yacoub Abu al-Kaeean was shot by police while immobilized during their recent demolition operation in a Beduin Israeli village.

Sussiya

The Sussiya acid test

A West Bank Palestinian village, home to 300 people living in ramshackle tents and shacks, has become a cause célèbre for both left- and right-wing activists.

By PATRICIA GOLAN
06/12/2016
construction west bank

Controversial settlement bill moves forward with preliminary Knesset approval

Bennett: Revolutionary bill leads the way to annexation; Kahlon says legislation balances rule of law with settlements.

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