A demolished Palestinian house in a Bedouin village in the Negev, December 2010 (photo credit: Jorge Novominsky/Flash90)
Israeli occupation forces on Thursday demolished a Palestinian home in Freidis village, east of the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem, local sources have reported.
Wafa News Agency quoted Hassan Breijieh, director of the Wall and Settlements Resistance Commission in Bethlehem, as stating that Israeli forces raided the area and proceeded to demolish a Palestinian house covering 130 square meters.
The home belongs to Palestinian citizen Hazem Abu Muhaimid. It was demolished under the pretext of unlicensed construction.
Muhaimid’s family members are now left without a roof over their heads.
Breijieh added that Israeli forces wreaked havoc on another house in the same village, sparking terror among children and women.