Israel begins bulldozing villagers’ homes in West Bank

The Israeli army has begun bulldozing some villagers’ homes in the occupied West Bank.
One family’s house has already been demolished – and the same is expected to happen to more than 30 other buildings.
The Israeli government says they have to go because they were built without a permit.
Al Jazeera’s Nida Ibrahim reports.

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