November demolition and displacement report

Posted December 1, 2017, by & filed under Monthly Demolition Report, News.

Girl standing near site of Al Muntar school - photo by Lys Arango

November has seen widespread demolitions throughput the occupied West Bank (including occupied East Jerusalem), with 33 structures demolished, 60 people displaced-  34 of whom are children- and more then 327 people affected by them. In the Naqab desert, Israel, 5 demolitions of residential structures were carried out.  With most of the demolitions happening this month… Read more »

September 2017 Demolition and Displacement Summary

Posted September 29, 2017, by & filed under Apartheid, House Demolitions, ICAHD reports, Monthly Demolition Report, News.

Image: Home demolition in Silwan, ocuppied East Jerusalem. Ma’an News Agency   By Noga F. In comparison to the month of August, September 2017 saw a slight decrease on the average number of weekly demolitions of Palestinian homes and business across the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT) and within Israel itself. While appearing to be a… Read more »

July 2017 Demolition and Displacement Summary

Posted July 27, 2017, by & filed under Apartheid, House Demolitions, ICAHD reports, Monthly Demolition Report, News.

Al-Issawiya Demolition. Image Credit: PNN By Noga F.   Following a decrease in Palestinian demolitions by Israeli forces during the holy month of Ramadan, the month of July marked a return to the standard dozens of Israeli demolitions of Palestinian homes.   Building permits are nearly impossible for Palestinians to obtain from Israeli authorities and… Read more »

June 2017 Demolition and Displacement Summary

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Al-Araqib demolition. Image Credit: MEMO By Noga F. As a result of the holy month of Ramadan, Israeli demolitions of Palestinian homes and structures practically ceased during June 2017. Unfortunately, whilst this appears to be a positive development, no change in policy had occurred, and the end of Ramadan will likely bring a return to… Read more »