The United Nations has announced the destruction of more than 500 Palestinian buildings by the Zionist regime.

Iran PressMiddle East: The Zionist regime has demolished 506 Palestinian buildings since the beginning of this year, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said in a report on Monday.

According to UN OCHA, 134 of these buildings were located in occupied al-Quds.

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) noted that the Zionist regime has destroyed 22 buildings in the past two weeks alone.

According to the office, a number of Palestinian buildings were demolished on the pretext of not having a building permit, and others were destroyed because Israel imposed heavy fines and taxes on them.

UN Humanitarian Coordinator Jamie McGoldrick recently said that Israel had increased its illegal destruction in recent months as the coronavirus spread.

By destroying Palestinian homes and establishing Zionist settlements on their lands, the Zionist regime seeks to change the geographical structure of the Palestinian territories and give them Zionist faces in order to consolidate its hegemony in the Palestinian territories.

All of these Israeli settlements are illegal under international law.

In a resolution (Resolution 2334), the UN Security Council on 23 December 2016 called on the Zionist regime to immediately and completely suspend all its settlement activities in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

However; The Zionist regime always continues to build Zionist settlements regardless of the will of the international community and has the support of the United States in this regard.


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