The Israeli Occupation Forces threat a Yatta road of demolition

The Israeli Occupation Forces threat a Yatta road of demolition


  • Violation: threatening a road of demolition
  • Location:  Beit Imra village- Yatta
  • Date: January 21, 2016
  • Perpetrators: Israel Civil Administration
  • Victims:  residents of the village


The Israeli Occupation Forces threatened on January 21, 2016 a main road of demolition on the claim of "unlicensed construction". Noteworthy, the road is founded in the village of Beit Imra, west Yatta town in Hebron governorate.

The chair man of Beit Imra village council, Issa Dahdour, told a researcher from Land Research Center that the military order of demolition on the road was found by road.

It should be marked that the order was issued by Israel Civil Administration under the title of "Additional opportunity to object to a demolition order number 11465". The order mentioned that the occupation previously served the road a final stop-work order on January 07, 2003. Given three days only to object to the latest order, Dahdour denied receiving the old order in the first place.

It is reported that the residents of the village found the order at the evening of January 21, 2016, meaning that the objection date will be January 24, 2016. The chairman of the village council pointed out that the occupation intended to serve the order during the holidays (Friday and Saturday) to hinder the affected from taking legal actions.

Dahdour explained that the road is a main one to link the Yatta villages namely (Beit Imra, Khallet Al-Amed and Abu Al-Ful) to Karma village and the bypass road number 60. He also said that the targeted road totals 800m in length and that it was paved in 2011 by CHF organization.

It should also be marked that the targeted road serves the 4000 people of Beit Imra and other residents of Yatta town as well.



Prepared by
 The Land Research Center


Categories: Military Orders