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Four Palestinian-owned houses in south of West Bank receive Israeli halt on construction orders

HEBRON, Tuesday, October 26, 2021 (WAFA) - The Israeli occupation authorities today ordered a halt on the construction of four houses in Idna town, west of the southern West Bank city of Hebron, according to municipal sources.

Director of Idna Municipality’s Public Relations Department, Abdul-Rahman Tmeizi, said that Israeli forces raided Shi‘b Muhammad area in the western part of the town, where they handed two residents order to stop the construction of their houses, including a 100-square-meter one-story house, both of which have been populated for three years.

The soldiers also handed two other residents orders to stop the construction of their houses, a 270-square-meter two-story house and a 170-square-meter one-story house.

All of the houses are connected to public utilities and are located on a paved street.

Tmeizi pointed that the soldiers threatened the house owners that should the latter proceed with construction, their houses would be torn down.



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