Razing


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Razing

The process of demolishing a structure without possible reconstruction.
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Daghlas said the razing of the said lands comes following an Israeli governmental decision last March to seize around 977 dunums of land to build a new settlement.
CUTLINE: (1 AND 2) The town pool (above) and the Mixter Building (below) will remain as is for the immediate future after an article calling for their razing was defeated at Town Meeting on Monday.
"Israeli forces and settlers are attempting to "impose a reality" on Palestinian lands classified as Area B by razing and leveling a large area of land and preventing farmers from reaching their lands by placing dirt mounds to block the road," Daghlas added.
In addition, Palestinians in Deir Ballout village said that there have been other razing operations near Leshem settlement which has been approved by the Israeli government only two days ago, saying that these operations have been taking place everyday without censorship.
"The razing of the two buildings may also indicate that Iran has no intention to allow inspectors access soon," it added.
15 Israeli vehicles and one bulldozer broke into the Al-Madares (schools) area which is annexed to the Israeli highway 60, and began razing 7 acres of daily used agricultural lands, thendug two holeswith a 2-meter depth.
KORONADAL CITY -- Two fires broke out here before dawn Wednesday, razing a church and five houses.
The land owner, Sbaih, said he was surprised to find settlers razing his land, stressing that he has the legal documents proving his ownership of the land.
Local sources said that dozens of settlers from "Hafat Gal" settlement that was built on Palestinian lands east of Hebron, accompanied by Israeli bulldozers and the so-called Civil Administration, and under the protection of Israeli forces and Police arrived to the area and started razing a land belonging to Al-Zaru al-Tamimi.
RAMALLAH, July 13, 2016 (WAFA) - Palestinian activists on Wednesday presented Israeli military bulldozers from razing a Palestinian-owned land near the village of Deir Qeddis, west of Ramallah in the West Bank, according to local sources.
Head of Wadi Fokin village council, Ahmed Sukar, said that Israeli bulldozers started razing an agricultural land in al-Qisma village, south of the village which is adjacent to the Tzour Hadassah settlement.
Burajeya said the razing of the said land comes as part of Israel's plan to construct a yeshiva (Jewish school) at the site.