Israeli Court Orders Demolition of Palestinian Homes

Israel’s High Court has ordered the demolition of what it terms as "illegal constructions" built by the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.

On Wednesday, the court ruled that the government should implement the demolition orders issued against two Palestinian houses near the villages of Sauya and Yatma in the West Bank, The Jerusalem Post reported.

The ruling was made in response to a petition filed by Regavim, which describes itself as a movement whose aim is "to protect national lands and properties."

Regavim’s lawyer said the organization has decided to file more petitions against what he called "Palestinian illegal outpost" in the West Bank.

(Press TV)

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