A UN human rights report monitored the demolition and confiscation of 24 Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank during the past two weeks, under the pretext of not building a permit.

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OCHA) stated in the "Protection of Civilians" report, which covers from 5-18 January this year, that the demolitions resulted in the displacement of 34 people from their places of residence, and 70 damages. Others.

The office pointed out that the occupation forces carried out 161 search operations and arrested 157 Palestinians in various parts of the West Bank, where occupied Jerusalem recorded the highest number of these 33 operations, most of which were carried out in East Jerusalem.
The report also indicated that 79 Palestinians, including 14 children, were injured during clashes with the occupation forces in various parts of the West Bank, indicating that most of these 59 were injured in protests against the establishment of two settlement outposts near the villages of Mughayir and Deir Jarir in Ramallah or on the nearby settlement activities. From Kafr Qaddum, in Qalqilya.

The report indicated that the occupation authorities uprooted about 1,370 trees owned by Palestinians under the pretext of declaring the lands in which they were planted as "state lands," and confiscated 237 heads of sheep, claiming that they were grazing in an area declared a nature reserve.

The report confirmed that in the year 2020, the Israeli authorities uprooted an estimated 4,164 Palestinian trees, which is an increase of nearly 60% compared to the year 2019, and confiscated sheep near Wadi Fukin in Bethlehem, where they issued a fine of 50,000 shekels ($ 15,200) against them. shepherd.

The report showed settlers attacking two civilians, which led to the injury of eight Palestinians, and destroyed trees and vehicles.