JERUSALEM, Israeli occupation forces today demolished a number of storehouses near the town of Anata, northeast of the occupied city of Jerusalem, under the pretext of construction without a permit, according to a local official.
Taha al-Rifai, mayor of Anata, told WAFA that Israeli bulldozers accompanied by military forces demolished two storehouses, in addition to a vegetable shop, and a wall surrounding two-dunums of land where a car parts shop is located.
Last week, the Israeli occupation authorities demolished a carwash in the same area also for building without a permit.
The area where the demolitions took place is considered Area C, which is under Israeli military rule, and Israel never gives Palestinians a permit to build in Area C, which makes up over 60 percent of the area of the occupied West Bank.
Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA)