Days of Palestine

Thursday, June 8

The Israeli Occupation Demolishes Two Residential Rooms in Al ‘Isawiya


The Israeli occupation bulldozers demolished two residential rooms in the town of Al-Isawiya, northeast of occupied Jerusalem, under the pretext of building without a permit.

According to sources, the Israeli municipality crews, accompanied by the Israeli forces, stormed Al-Isawiya and began demolishing two residential rooms owned by Hisham al-Dari.

About two weeks ago, Israeli bulldozers demolished a car wash belonging to Dari in Issawiya, under the pretext of not being licensed.

Since its occupation in 1967, the Israeli occupation authorities have continued their policy of demolishing houses and structures in the city of Jerusalem, under the pretext of the structures not being licensed

Its worth noting that the Israeli occupation places insurmountable conditions for Jerusalemites to obtain building permits, and sometimes force them to demolish their houses manually, in order to avoid paying heavy fines to the mechanisms of the occupation municipality.