KHIRBET TANA | NABLUS
Sabrin is seen on the left, with her sister, Farah
On 23 March 2016, Sabrin and her family became homeless.
It happened when Israeli authorities destroyed 53 structures in the Palestinian community of Khirbet Tana, in one of the largest incidents since OCHA began systematically tracking demolitions in 2009.
The targeted structures included 22 homes, resulting in the displacement of 87 people, among them 35 children and 22 women.
The picture above was taken after that demolition incident.
On 3 January 2017, Sabrin and her family lost their home again, a tent that was erected as a shelter following the previous demolition.
The picture below was taken following that demolition, where Israeli authorities demolished 49 structures including 30 structures that had been donated to the families.
This second inciident displaced eight families of fifty members, including 22 children, and otherwise affected ten families of 72 members, including 35 children.
Khirbet Tana is located in an Israeli-declared firing zone. All the families there have faced demolition at least once during 2016, when the Israeli authorities carried out a series of four demolitions between February and April.
All in all, OCHA has documented 13 demolition incidents between 2010 and January 2017 in Khirbet Tana.