The supreme Court of Israel have supported the government's decision to demolish 8 villages south of Hebron on the pretext that they are located in shooting and training area of the Israeli army.
On Thursday, the court published its decision after its refusal to the petition presented by the Association of Civil Rights in Israel behalf of the villages. According to the Jerusalem Post Newspaper.
The court's decision says :"the residents can stay at their homes until the next November"On the other hand, the association of civil rights declared that it would present another petition.
The Israeli government said that it's not allowed to the Palestinians to access to the region during the army training.
Moreover, the leaders of 15 European missions visited these villages to take more information about this issue and after their visit, they published a statement behalf of the European Union by which they call on Israel to not demolish the villages and to exert more efforts in order to protect and encourage the Palestinian development in the C region.