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Civil Administration demolishes agricultural pool and a cinderblock room and confiscates materials

On Monday, 4 May 2020, Civil Administration personnel came with an escort of military jeeps, two bulldozers and a truck with a crane to Khirbet ‘Alan, which lies southwest of the village ...
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Civil Administration demolishes agricultural pool and a cinderblock room and confiscates materials

On Monday, 4 May 2020, Civil Administration personnel came with an escort of military jeeps, two bulldozers and a truck with a crane to Khirbet ‘Alan, which lies southwest of the village of al-Jiftlik in the Jordan Valley. The forces demolished an agricultural pool owned by a village resident and confiscated tin plates and raw materials intended for his work as a welder. Last month, the forces dismantled and confiscated a prefab he had built as an extension for his welder’s shop.
Some of the forces continued north to the village of Tayasir, also in the Jordan Valley, where they demolished a tin-covered cinderblock room used by farmers for rest. The demolition was carried out by the power of Military Order 1797, after Civil Administration personnel handed the owners a cease-work order for it on Monday, 27 April 2020.

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