The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) demolished three Palestinian-owned homes withing the Green Line.
A number of military bulldozers escorted by large numbers of Israeli forces stormed Shneir neighborhood in Lod, and besiege a local house belonging to the citizen Yousef Zabarka, before completely demolishing the house. Local residents were prevented access to the area during the demolition process.
The Israeli forces had earlier notified the two-story house with demolition, before its owners obtained a freezing order. However, Israeli bulldozers demolished the house without prior notice.
The demolished facility, which houses 11 family members, was built long years ago before being restored a few months ago.
In a similar incident, Israeli forces stormed Abu Tulul town west of Beersheba, and demolished at least two homes belonging to the Fayoumi family, under the pretext of being built without Israeli permit.
The Fayoumi family had recently started dismantling the house, which is made of tin and wood, in anticipation of its demolition, knowing that the house was twice demolished.
Over the past week, the Israeli forces demolished a number of houses in several Arab villages in the Negev, including Umm al-Rayhan and Rahat, while al-Araqib village were completely demolished for the 204th time.
The demolition of Al-Araqib and other villages in the Negev is believed to be a systematic Israeli policy aimed at expelling the native population from the Negev and transferring them to government-zoned areas to pave the way to expand and build settlements for Jewish communities.
Israeli authorities seek to seize control of the lands and expel its residents, with dozens of other villages and Bedouin communities facing the same threat in the Negev area.