Days of Palestine – Jerusalem
Israeli occupation bulldozers demolished 19 residential, commercial, and agricultural owned-Palestinians facilities in the occupied city of Jerusalem and its suburbs during the past two weeks, including 8 facilities whose owners were forcibly demolished according to the Al-Qastal news network.
Al-Qastal said that Israeli occupation municipality’s mechanisms demolished 11 owned-Palestinians structures in the neighborhoods of Sheikh Jarrah, Al Walaja, Al-Isawiya, and Umm Tuba, from the current 9 to 22 January.
It indicated that the occupation bulldozers demolished 2 homes and 5 commercial structures belonging to Mahmoud Salhia in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. It also demolished two retaining walls in Al Walaja, a laundry under construction for the Mustafa family in Al-Isawiya, and a cemetery under construction in Umm Tuba.
Israeli occupation mechanisms also bulldozed a land belonging to the Al-Aqsa guard, Fadi ‘Olian, in Al-Isawyia, while a group of settlers accompanied by Israeli police carried out acts of sabotage on land belonging to Salem Family in Shiekh Jarrah in an attempt to confiscate it.
“The occupation municipality forced the family of Faisal AlJ’abri in Wadi El-Joz, the family of Jalal Al-Rajabi in Beit Hanina, and the family of Ibraheem Abu Kaf in Sur Baher to demolish their homes,” the Network pointed out.
They also forced the Al-Khalila family in Jabal Al-Mokaber in the occupied Jerusalem to forcibly demolish their three commercial shops, and a horse stable belonging to ‘Olian family in Al-Isawyia.
Al-Qastal added that the facilities that structure under construction were also demolished as the family of Mohamad Ali was forced to demolish the residential structure in Shu’fat camp.
On the other hand, the occupation authorities issued a decision to demolish and remove a public service caravan at the Mount of Olive’s stadium in occupied Jerusalem.