Days of Palestine – Jerusalem
The bulldozers of the Israeli occupation Today, Wednesday, demolished a house in the Ras Khamis neighborhood of the Shuafat Camp, north of occupied Jerusalem.
According to local sources, a large number of Israeli occupation forces, accompanied by two bulldozers, demolished a house in the camp, which consisted of two rooms roofed with tinplate.
The sources added that during the demolition process, clashes broke out with the Israeli occupation forces at the site, and no injuries were reported.
The Shuafat camp, sometimes called Anata, is one of the camps that was established on an area of approximately 200 dunums currently in the lands between the villages of Anata and Shuafat within the borders of occupied Jerusalem.
The displacement movement to Shuafat camp began from 1965 until after the "June 1967" war, and according to the International Relief Agency, it is the only camp whose residents carry a Jerusalem ID.
The Shuafat camp suffers from many problems, especially the high population density, poor infrastructure, and basic services, in addition to the apartheid wall, which led to the closure of roads and obstructed the work of many residents.