At least 45 Palestinians, including 24 children, have been displaced in the occupied West Bank since October 7 following Israeli punitive demolitions.
“Punitive demolitions are a form of collective punishment and are prohibited under international law,” the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a statement.
Another 135 Palestinians, including 66 children, have been displaced following Israeli demolitions in Area C of the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem because of a lack of permits, it said.
At least 121 Palestinian households comprising 1,149 people including 452 children, have been displaced from settler violence and access restrictions. The displaced households are from 15 Bedouin communities, the agency said.
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