WATCH: Settler group pushes for demolition of Palestinian village

Susya, a Palestinian village in the South Hebron Hills, is once again facing the threat of demolition by Israeli authorities. In 2010, the right-wing settler organization Regavim, along with the adjacent settlement of Susya, petitioned an Israeli court for an order to demolish homes in the village.

Regavim argues that Palestinians stole the land, that they are violent toward the settlers of Jewish Susya, and that the settlers’ freedom of movement is hindered, among other things.

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