HEBRON, January 20, 2015 (WAFA) – Israeli army Tuesday demolished two homes, a store, and an animal barn in the village of Khallat al-Mai, south of Hebron, according to local sources.
Mohammad Mehesen, coordinator of the People’s Anti-Settlement Committee, told WAFA an Israeli army force accompanied by military vehicles broke into the village and proceeded to demolish the two houses and other structures, which are the property of local residents.
The two houses shelter 14 members from the Rab’i clan, whereas the animal structure is used for livestock husbandry.
Owners of the two houses, Hussein and Hassan Rab’i, both brothers, were not allowed to evacuate the furniture of their homes when the Israeli military arrived, local sources told WAFA.
Soldiers also assaulted and beat up a number of local residents in the village, hitting them with the butts of their rifles.
The village is located in Area C of the…
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