Israel Demolishes Palestinian School near Hebron

Israel Demolishes Palestinian School near Hebron (PHOTOS)

Israeli forces demolished the school ‘Khallet al-Daba’ in the city of Yatta, near Hebron. (Photo: via Twitter)

Israeli occupation bulldozers yesterday demolished mobile classrooms in Al-Tawani neighborhood in the southeast of Yatta in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron (Al-Khalil), Quds Press reported.

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Eliane Alhussein@ElianeAlhussein

Palestinian boy sits on a chair with a national flag as Israeli authorities demolish a school site in the village of Yatta, south of the West Bank city of Hebron.
📷 Hazem Bader

Occupation forces also confiscated school kits which were in the classrooms before demolition.

Head of the Town Council Mohammed Al-Rabae said that the Israeli occupation demolished the mobile classrooms just one day after sending demolition orders, claiming they were not licensed.

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Dr.Mohammed Imran@drmimranqureshi

occupation forces continue it’s war against the indigenous people of & demolish the school ” Khallet – al-Daba” in the city of near . 😭😭 @Indian4Palestin @tshamsi88

Al-Rabae said that this Israeli policy aims to rid the area of its residents by demolishing their facilities without giving enough time for them to appeal against the demolition orders.

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india support for free Palestine!🇦🇪🇦🇪🇦🇪@Imtiyazmakrani4

: occupation forces continue its war against the indigenous people of # Palestine, and demolish the school “Khallet al-Daba” in the city of near .

On Tuesday, the Israeli occupation raided the area and stormed the local school, damaged much of its content and threatened to demolish it.

(MEMO, PC, Social Media)

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