’Israeli’ Forces Raze 10 More Palestinian Houses in WB
"Israeli" occupation military forces leveled ten Palestinian houses to the ground in the occupied West Bank.
Earlier in the day, "Israeli" bulldozers, escorted by a large number of soldiers, rolled into the town of Sa'ir, located eight kilometers northeast of al-Khalil, and demolished eight Palestinian buildings in the area after occupation troopers forced their residents out.
The development came only a day after "Israeli" forces destroyed the family house of slain 17-year-old Mohammed Nasser Tarayra over his alleged role in a deadly stabbing operation against an "Israeli" late last June.
An "Israeli" bulldozer, receiving protection by more than 30 military vehicles, entered the town of Bani Na'im, located eight kilometers east of the city of al-Khalil, early on Monday and tore down the house.
"Israeli" soldiers forced out the residents before placing explosives in the foundation of Tarayra's house and remotely detonating it. The force of the explosion damaged a number of other Palestinian houses in the area.
Also on Tuesday, clashes were reported between a group of young Palestinian men and enemy soldiers in the Fawwar refugee camp, located six kilometers southwest of al-Khalil.
"Israeli" military forces fired live bullets and tear gas canisters to disperse the crowd. There are reports that at least 35 Palestinians sustained injuries during the scuffles.
Furthermore, the "Israeli" occupation forces arrested six people during separate overnight raids on a number of houses across the occupied West Bank. Another four Palestinians were detained in eastern Gaza Strip.
The occupied territories have witnessed a fresh bout of tensions ever since "Israeli" forces restricted the entry of Palestinian worshipers into the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East al-Quds in August 2015.
More than 230 Palestinians have lost their lives at the hands of the Zionist forces in the tensions since the beginning of last October.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team