Palestinians and Israeli activists attend a demonstration against the construction of Jewish settlements in the Jordan Valley, West Bank. November 17, 2016. (Flash90)
The Settlements and Wall Resistance Commission has obtained an Israeli court verdict preventing the Israeli forces from evicting five Palestinian families from their homes in Khirbet Ibziq, in the northern Jordan Valley, or demolishing their tents.
The Commission’s legal advisor, Ayed Marrar, said the verdict relates to five Palestinian families whose facilities were demolished in late December and were forced out of their homes several times by the Israeli army under the pretext of conducting military drills in the area.
The verdict prohibits the army from forcing the families out of their homes, as well as demolishing or seizing their residential tents.
The five families have suffered over the past month and early this month from the continuous Israeli army drills on their lands and near their homes. They were kicked out of their homes several times, got their tents and facilities demolished.