The timing might be bad. But when your house is destroyed, as it was the case for the people, you need a new one right away. We're not talking about losing half your sheep or something. And as far as I understand, the previous housing was already torn down. The hum.aid guys showed afterwards and the army followed suit. This isn't a case of some third party showing up while the buildings were being torn down. As I mentioned in my first comment, the diplomats never ever addressed to question of whether the buildings should have been torn down, which would indeed have been openly criticizing a court order. They just accepted that the buildings were torn done and gave them temporary shelters to compensate. The smart move from the army would have been to simply move the yet unsettled Bedouins to another place where they could build their EU-given tents all they wish.