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As part of Application of Collective Punishment Policy, IOF Demolish Palestinian Detainee’s House in Ramallah

Ref: 44/2020   As part of the collective punishment policy adopted by the Israeli forces against the Palestinian civilians accused of carrying out attacks against Israeli soldiers or/and settlers, on Monday, at dawn, 11 May 2020, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) demolished a house belonging to  Palestinian detainee, Qassam Abdul Karim al-Barghuthi in Kuber village, north of Ramallah. According to investigation conducted by the Palestinian Centre for Human rights (PCHR), IOF reinforced with more than 25 military SUVs,  armored personnel carriers, and a bulldozer, moved into Kuber village, north of Ramallah. They stepped out of their military vehicles, deployed in the village streets and...

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