Israeli forces order 50 families to leave homes for military drills
Israeli military ordered 50 Palestinian families in the northern Jordan Valley to leave their homes so that the army can hold military drills, according to Motaz Bisharat, a local official
At least 18 families consisting of 93 members from Ras al-Ahmar area, southeast of Tubas, were ordered to stay away from the area starting at 10:00 am until 5:00 pm on the 6th and 12th of February.
Meanwhile, the Israeli military also ordered 32 other families consisting of 218 members from Khirbet al-Burj, Ein al-Meyteh, and Hamamat al-Maleh areas to also leave their homes for the same reason and at the same time on the 6th of February.
Israeli forces often order Palestinians living in the Jordan Valleys to leave their homes for several days as the army conducts military training.