الحياة برس - Israeli forces demolished today dozens of structures belonging to 11 Palestinian families in Hamsa al-Foqa area in the northern Jordan Valley, said Ghassan Daghlas, who is monitoring settlers’ activities in the north of the West Bank.
He said that Israeli forces demolished dozens of residential structures and sheds belonging to 11 families in Khirbet Hamsa al-Foqa, a locale in the northern Jordan Valley.
The Jordan Valley, which is a fertile strip of land running west along the Jordan River, is home to about 65,000 Palestinians and makes up approximately 30% of the area of the occupied West Bank.
Israel has plans to annex the Jordan Valley, which is strongly opposed by the Palestinian and the entire international community.