Security forces completed the demolition of 10 illegal structures in the West Bank outpost of Ma’ale Rehavam, south of Jerusalem, Wednesday afternoon, after the High Court rejected a claim by settlers that the land was purchased legally.What if they weren't? Besides, look who pushed for this:
[...] The Jewish Home party called for the immediate cessation of demolitions of Jewish structures in the West Bank. “The demolition of homes in Judea and Samaria must stop immediately,” a statement from the party read. “There cannot be selective and vigorous law enforcement in which they destroy homes in Judea and Samaria, while thousands of illegal Bedouin homes are left standing.”
[...] The demolition of the structures, which were built on private Palestinian land near larger settlements, comes six months after the High Court of Justice ruled that they were illegal.
The ruling to tear down the structures came a decade after the structures were built, and six years after Peace Now filed a petition calling on the government to evacuate six West Bank outposts: Givat Asaf, Mitzpeh Yitzhar, Ramat Gilad, Ma’ale Rehavam, Givat Hara’a, and Mitzpeh Lachish.Peace Now is the cancer of modern times. They may not even be legal entity, so that only makes this all the more atrocious.
When they were built, all six outposts became subject to a “delineation order,” an injunction stipulating that the state can evacuate them at any given moment. In 2007, Peace Now pushed for the state to act on the injunction, and in early 2011 the state finally agreed to evacuate all structures built on privately owned land.