Tag Archives: Demolition

Thursday is House Demolition Day in the Jordan Valley – #3 Sulieman Families

Having concluded our interviews in Khirbet ar Ras al Ahmar, we began our journey back to Yanoun.  We had a stop to make in Huwwara to pick up Ulrike, one of our colleagues from the Bethlehem placement.  She was joining … Continue reading

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Thursday is House Demolition Day in the Jordan Valley – #2 Beni Odeh Families

After we said our goodbyes to the two families whose homes were demolished in Mu’arrajat, we received another urgent call.  The military were demolishing four homes in Khirbet ar Ras al Ahmar. We traveled north for 30 minutes along Route … Continue reading

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Thursday is House Demolition Day in the Jordan Valley – #1 Molehed Families

We start out each week with a carefully thought out plan.  And within the space of hours, the plan seems to change as urgent calls come in to support Palestinian villages under attack. Such was the case this Thursday, June … Continue reading

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Here we go again – Four Bedouin Homes Demolished near Jericho

The Israeli military demolished four concrete houses and one animal shelter on June 4, 2013.  All houses belonged to the same family, Mohammed Hussein Al-Zaid and his three sons.  They live in the Bedouin village of Nuwei’ma Al Fauq, just … Continue reading

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Home demolition in the Jordan Valley – Al Jiftlik

On May 28, our EAPPI team was called urgently to document the demolition of a home in the village of Al Jiftlik, in the Jordan Valley. The home of Rashid Salaami, his mother, 2 wives, and his children, was demolished … Continue reading

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