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Civil Administration demolishes nearly half the homes in community of Id’eis, the Jordan Valley

Civil Administration bulldozers demolishing structures, Id’eis. Photo: Yusef Bani ‘Odeah, 21 May 2014 On the morning of 21 May 2014, five Civil Administration bulldozers accompanied by a considerable

Civil Administration demolishes all structures of Khirbet Um al-Jamal, northern Jordan Valley

Resident of Um al-Jamal, the Jordan Valley amid the community’s demolished homes. Photo: Atef Abu a-Rub, B'Tselem, 9 February 2014 On 30 January, 2014, Civil Administrative officials arrived with a mi

The village of al-Hadidiya

The village of al-Hadidiya is located in the northern Jordan Valley, near the settlement of Ro'i, on land leased from residents of Tubas. The village's approximately ninety residents earn their living

The village of al-Farisiyah – demolitions for alleged construction in firing zone

The village of al-Farisiyah has been located in the northern Jordan Valley since before the 1967 occupation of the West Bank. It is home to over 200 residents who live in tents and sheet-metal shacks,

Military forces some 80 residents of Ibziq, half of them minors, to spend two nights away from home because of military training

Today, 20 November 2016, Civil Administration officials arrived at the community of Ibziq, north of Tubas, and told 14 families who live near the Separation Barrier and number 78 people, including 42

Israeli military trains, fires shells near homes of Kh. a-Ras al-Ahmar, northern Jordan Valley

In mid-January 2016, Civil Administration (CA) officials notified 24 Palestinian families in two northern Jordan Valley communities that they would have to vacate their homes for many hours at the end

Authorities continue to harass al-Hadidiyah community

Update: On 10 December 2015 Israel’s High Court of Justice (HCJ) issued an interim injunction in the petition filed by families from al-Hadidiyah. The injunction orders authorities not to demolish the

Israeli Civil Administration evacuates 9 families for an entire night, citing military training near their homes

On 2 April 2017 Civil Administration representatives arrived at Khirbet a-Ras al-Ahmar a small shepherding community in the northern Jordan Valley. The settlements of Ro’i and Beka’ot were established

Demolition spree carries on across West Bank; 435 people, incl. 234 minors, have lost their homes since Jan. 2016

In the first week of March, Israeli authorities demolished 17 dwellings, 19 pens and animal enclosures, and a school in two Jordan Valley communities: one in the Nablus area and the other near Jericho

The village of Khirbet Tana

In the village of Khirbet Tana, east of Beit Furik, the 300 or so residents live in caves, tents, and both temporary and permanent structures. This community has existed in the area for decades and th