Family in cave home faces Israeli eviction

Ahmed Amarneh (L), and family members share a meal at his home built in cave, in the village of Farasin, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank on August 4, 2020. – Amarneh, a 30 year old civil engineer, lives with his family in the northern West Bank village of Farasin, where Israel insists it must approve any new residential construction and can tear down homes built without permits. His home is not the first Palestinian residence in the occupied West Bank to receive a demolition notice from Israel. But it may be the first home built inside a cave the Jewish state has threatened to destroy. (Photo by JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP)
The wife of Ahmed Amarneh holds her daughter at their home built in cave, in the village of Farasin, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank on August 4, 2020. – Amarneh, a 30 year old civil engineer, lives with his family in the northern West Bank village of Farasin, where Israel insists it must approve any new residential construction and can tear down homes built without permits. His home is not the first Palestinian residence in the occupied West Bank to receive a demolition notice from Israel. But it may be the first home built inside a cave the Jewish state has threatened to destroy. (Photo by JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP)
Sheep feed in a make-shift enclosure inside a cave housing the home of Ahmed Amarneh, in the village of Farasin, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank on August 4, 2020. – Amarneh, a 30 year old civil engineer, lives with his family in the northern West Bank village of Farasin, where Israel insists it must approve any new residential construction and can tear down homes built without permits. His home is not the first Palestinian residence in the occupied West Bank to receive a demolition notice from Israel. But it may be the first home built inside a cave the Jewish state has threatened to destroy. (Photo by JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP)
Ahmed Amarneh throws his daughter beneath a skylight hole as they play together at his home, built in cave in the village of Farasin, west of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank on August 4, 2020. – Amarneh, a 30 year old civil engineer, lives with his family in the northern West Bank village of Farasin, where Israel insists it must approve any new residential construction and can tear down homes built without permits. His home is not the first Palestinian residence in the occupied West Bank to receive a demolition notice from Israel. But it may be the first home built inside a cave the Jewish state has threatened to destroy. (Photo by JAAFAR ASHTIYEH / AFP)

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