Agence France-PresseApril 6, 2014 05:02
Two weeks after their fragile tin shacks were destroyed by Israeli bulldozers, Atiya Bani Minna and his family are still sleeping under the stars, struggling to resume some semblance of normal life.
For this 50-year-old Bedouin shepherd, it is the third time that he and his extended family have had their homes levelled as the Israeli army steps up the pace of demolitions in the Jordan Valley.
Sleeping in the open, says Minna, has become "normal".
"We have become used to it, it's not a problem to sleep in the open."