Days of Palestine – Jerusalem
Israeli occupation bulldozers on Wednesday demolished a wall and issued demolition orders against a water pond and a barn in two different villages in the Jerusalem area, according to local sources.
An under-construction wall was demolished in the town of Hizma, northeast of occupied Jerusalem, according to Bashar Abu Khalil, owner of the property.
He told the official WAFA news agency that Israeli occupation forces accompanied a bulldozer to the village and demolished a wall built around his two-dunum plot of land since 2017 under the pretext that it was built without a permit.
Meanwhile, Walid Azzam, an activist in the village of al-Judeira, northwest of Jerusalem, said the Israeli occupation authorities ordered the demolition of a pond, an animal barn and a wall owned by local families under the pretext they did not have a permit to build them.