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Village of Khirbet Tana completely demolished by Israeli military

Posted on: March 2, 2011 | ShareThis 02 March 2011 | International Solidarity Movement At 9 am this morning the Israeli military arrived to the village of Khirbet Tana, close to Beit Furik, south east of Nablus, with four bulldozers and army jeeps. For the sixth time this year the Israeli military demolished homes and […]

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IOF troops demolish Tana for the sixth time

[ 02/03/2011 – 11:39 AM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces (IOF) demolished the Tana village east of Nablus city for the sixth consecutive time, eyewitnesses reported. They said that the IOF bulldozers, escorted by army jeeps, razed houses, tents, and sheep pens at the pretext they were built without permit. The IOF soldiers […]

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Israeli Army Razes Tana Village for Sixth Time

02.03.11 – 10:11PNN – Palestine News Network Nablus – PNN – For the sixth time since 2005, Israeli military troops invaded and demolished the village of Tana, east of Nablus, claiming the homes lacked permits.   A Tana villager rebuilds after a February 11 demolition of the village (Staff Photographer, PNN). The village, home to […]

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In Wake of Fourth Demolition, Tana Villagers Vow to Rebuild

10.02.11 – 21:51 Nablus – PNN – On Wednesday, Israeli army bulldozers demolished all but the mosque in the tiny village of Tana, east of Nablus, because it did not have the required permits. On Thursday afternoon, the villagers began to rebuild. This is their fourth time. A villager from Tana carries away part of […]

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Nablus: Israel gives villagers 24 hours to hit the road before leveling Tana

[ 20/12/2010 – 10:50 AM ]   NABLUS, (PIC)– Israeli authorities have given the people of the east Nablus village of Tana 24 hours to evacuate their homes before demolishing them, and threatened to confiscate their livestock when the deadline falls, sources in Nablus said. Tana is home to more than 35 Palestinian families. They […]

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