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Image of Israeli forces demolishing the Bedouin village of Al-Araqeeb for the 111th time [File photo]
June 14, 2017 at 3:23 pm
Israeli forces demolished the Bedouin village of Al-Araqeeb in the Negev region of southern Israel for the 114th today
Eyewitnesses said officials from the
Israel Land Authority (ILA), accompanied by Israeli police and
bulldozers, raided the village and demolished all the homes which were
made of aluminium in the area, which were built by the village’s
residents following the most recent demolition last month.
This is the sixth time this year that the village has been levelled.
In an interview with Quds Press,
the head of the local committee to defend Al-Araqeeb, Aziz Al-Touri,
said the occupation authorities “understand only the language of
retaliation against Arabs and left people in the open, which indicates
the extent of this entity’s criminality and indifference to human
Al-Araqeeb is one of 35 Bedouin villages
which are “unrecognised” by Israel. According to the Association for
Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI), more than half of the approximately
160,000 Bedouins in the Negev reside in unrecognised villages in spite
of the fact that they existed before the State of Israel was formed.
Al-Touri said the village’s residents will continue to rebuild their homes and their lives.
We will not bow to the occupation government and its racist procedures.
Right groups say that the demolition of
unrecognised Bedouin villages is a central Israeli policy aimed at
removing the indigenous Palestinian population from the Negev and
transferring them to government-zoned townships to make room for the
expansion of Jewish Israeli communities.
Al-Araqeeb residents have been ordered to
pay more than two million shekels (approximately $541,000) for the
cumulative cost of Israeli-enforced demolitions carried out against the
village since 2010.