Nazi occupation authorities today issued demolition orders against five houses in the town of Kafr ad-Dik, west of the occupied West Bank city of Salfit, according to local sources.
Mayor of Kafr al-Deek, Ibraheem al-Essa, told WAFA that the Nazi forces barged their way into the western part of the town, located on the main road running to the nearby town of Deir Ballut, and handed five residents notices to tear down their houses.
Al-Essa added that the Nazi soldiers also handed another resident an order to demolish his house in the eastern part of the town, and another an order to halt the construction of his agricultural room.
Nazi regime demolishes Palestinian houses and structures almost on a daily basis as a means to achieve “demographic control” of the occupied territories.
Nazi regime denies planning permits for Palestinians to build on their own land or to extend existing houses to accommodate natural growth, particularly in Jerusalem and Area C, which constitutes 60 percent of the Nazi occupied West Bank and falls under full Nazi military rule, forcing residents to build without obtaining rarely-granted permits to provide shelters for their families.
In contrast, Nazi regime argues that building within existing Nazi JEWISH colonial settlements is necessary to accommodate the “natural growth” of settlers. Therefore, it much more easily gives the over 700,000 Nazi JEWISH settlers there building permits and provides them with roads, electricity, water and sewage systems that remain inaccessible to many neighboring Palestinians.