Days of Palestine – Jerusalem
The Israeli occupation municipality in occupied Jerusalem announced that it had begun building a Jewish biblical garden on a vast tract of seized Palestinian land called “Karam al-Mufti” in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
The construction of the garden will take two years and be built on 25 dunums of land in Sheikh Jarrah at a cost of 28 million shekels, according to the Israeli municipality.
According to the municipality, the garden project will include a seating area, playgrounds, sports and recreation facilities, walking and cycling paths, a café, public toilets, a fountain, and other public places and structures.
The land of “Karm al-Mufti” is located opposite the house of the former Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, whose land adjacent to his house was transformed into a settlement after the demolition of the Shepherd Hotel.
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Recently, crews from the Israeli Antiquities Authority and the occupation municipality stormed “Karam Al-Mufti,” and began preparatory work for the establishment of a Jewish garden on his land, claiming to search for antiquities on the site.
The Israeli occupation authorities seized the palace of the Mufti al-Husseini and gave his administration to the settler group Ateret Cohanim, which in turn turned it into a synagogue.