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Israeli Occupation Forces notify Palestinian structures with demolition in Tubas governorate

2021-01-25

Violation: serving stop work orders on several structures

Date: January 25, 2021

Location: al-Meyteh / Tubas governorate

Perpetrators: Planning and Construction Committee- Israel Civil Administration

Victims: 13 Palestinian families

Details:

On January 25, 2021, the so-called Planning and Construction Committee- Israel Civil Administration served stop work orders on residential and agricultural structures owned by 13 families from the area of al-Meyteh under the pretext of unlicensed construction within area classified C according to Oslo Accords.

According to military order, the two families were given a deadline until February 17, 2021 as a final date to complete all licensing procedures. This comes in time with the session of the Planning Committee in Beit El court to consider the status of the notified structures.

:The following table details information about the affected families and properties

Affected citizen

Family

Childern

No. of sheep

No. of military order

Type of establishment

Residence

Barn

Attachments

Khalid Ali Al-Faqir

4

2

39

30721

Tin-roofed house (60m2)

-

-

Eid Ahmad Al-Faqir

5

3

68

30737

30733

-  Tin-roofed house (60m2)

- A tent (20m2)

Tent used as fodder storage (16m2)

Mohammad Eid Al-Faqir

9

7

95

30727

30728

30729

Two Tin-roofed houses (60m2 each)

A residential tent (45m2)

A tend used as abarn 45m2

A tent used as a barn 602

GhanimEid Al-Faqir

7

5

86

30731

Tin-roofed house (45m2)

Tin-plates barrack (45m2)

A tent used as a kitchen 20m2

A tend used as a barn 45m2

A tent used as a barn 602

Ahmad Eid Al-Faqir

6

3

44

30745

30734

- Tin-roofed house (45m2)

A tent used as a kitchen 20m2

- A tend used as a barn 45m2

Majid Eid Al-Faqir

2

0

34

30736

- Tin-roofed house (45m2)

A tent used as a kitchen 20m2

Tent used as fodder storage (40m2)

Fayez Eid Al-Faqir

4

2

26

30730

30719

- Tin-roofed house (45m2)

A tent 40m2

Ali Hasan Al-Faqir

10

8

128

30739

30738

- Tin-roofed house (45m2)

Shade cloth-roofed house (36m2)

A tent used as a kitchen 20m2

-  A tent used as a barn 602

Ayed Al-Zawahreh

9

6

120

30741

30742

A residential tent 60m2

A kitchen tent 20m2

Three tents used as barns (40m2 each)

Maryam Al-Zawahreh

1

0

16

30740

Tin-roofed house (45m2)

Tent used as fodder storage (20m2)

Ahmad Ali Al-Najadeh

8

6

190

N/A

Tin-roofed house (45m2)

  • Tin-roofed structure (60m2)
  •  A tent kitchen 20m2

Five tents used as barns (40m2 each)

Tent used as fodder storage (25m2)

Ali Ahmad Al-Najadeh

4

2

0

N/A

Tin-roofed house (45m2)

Alaa Ahmad Najadeh

2

0

0

N/A

Tin-roofed house (45m2)

Total

71

44

846


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Photos 1-4: view of Al-Meyteh haml

                : About Khirbet al-Meyteh

Al-Meyteh as other Bedouin communities in the area of Palestinian Jordan Valley (al-ghoor) has been a target for the occupation. The population of the area reached up to 90 people who live in houses made of wood, cloth shades. Sheep husbandry is the main profession of the community residents. The great majority of the residents come from and have roots in the community of Arab al-Meyteh in the area of Wadi al-Maleh, citizens of the area belong especially to the families of Dababat and Sawafta.

This Khirbet witnessed more than 7 demolitions between 2005-2013 carried out by the occupation for the sake of displacing indigenous who have been living there since 40 years ago.

Meanwhile, the occupation has been active in looting and Judaizing lands and destroying the natural resources of al-ghoor for the sake of emptying the area to accomplish their grater goal of al-ghoor takeover.

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