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02 November 2009 Demolition in Jahalin Community Leaves 30 Homeless

Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign

Occupation forces destroyed tents belonging to five ?Arab Jahalin families, leaving 30 people, 15 of them children, homeless. These families are part of a community that has been threatened with expulsion for some time, as their land is targeted for the expansion of the nearby Ma?ale Adummim settlement.

Occupation forces destroyed tents belonging to five ?Arab Jahalin families, leaving 30 people, 15 of them children, homeless. These families are part of a community that has been threatened with expulsion for some time, as their land is targeted for the expansion of the nearby Ma?ale Adummim settlement.

Occupation forces destroyed tents belonging to five ?Arab Jahalin families, leaving 30 people, 15 of them children, homeless. These families are part of a community that has been threatened with expulsion for some time, as their land is targeted for the expansion of the nearby Ma?ale Adummim settlement.

Occupation forces destroyed tents belonging to five ?Arab Jahalin families, leaving 30 people, 15 of them children, homeless. These families are part of a community that has been threatened with expulsion for some time, as their land is targeted for the expansion of the nearby Ma?ale Adummim settlement.

The demolition began at three in the afternoon on 3 February, when a large contingent of soldiers, 200 according to one witness, and military equipment arrived at the community. They declared the area a closed military zone, detained the families that were in the tents, and demolished the structures as w

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