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RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- Israeli police and special forces went on a demolition spree in the Negev desert, south of Palestine occupied in 1948, on Wednesday at the pretext of unlicensed building.

The joint forces razed a number of Palestinian homes in what Tel Aviv calls unrecognized villages.

Witnesses said that the police forces tore down three houses in Tal Al-Saba after interior ministry staffers glued orders for the demolition of ten houses in the village.

The police forces sealed off the vicinity of those houses to block citizens from approaching as huge bulldozer went on the demolition streak.

Locals said that Israeli bulldozes then razed two houses in Um Ratam village and a shed in Hawra village.

The demolition spree follows the announcement of an Israeli government plan to confiscate 800000 dunums of Negev land and displacing 30000 Negev Bedouins from their so-called “unrecognized villages” and relocating them in “recognized” villages and towns in the desert.