Israeli-controlled Jerusalem municipality on Wednesday issued demolition notices against residential buildings in al-Isawiya town in Occupied Jerusalem.
Activist Mohammed Abu al-Hummus said that municipality crews, accompanied by the Israeli police, stormed the town at daybreak and distributed demolition notices against a number of houses and apartments for allegedly being built without license.
Abu al-Hummus said that all the notices distributed are administrative, which means that the demolition can be carried out at any moment.
Al-Isawiya’s institutions called on legal organizations and those concerned to urgently form legal committees to follow up the demolition cases.
Abu al-Hummus noted that the Israeli municipality usually procrastinates in issuing the necessary permits and licenses needed by al-Isawiya residents.
In another context, the Israeli police at dawn Wednesday launched a raid campaign in al-Isawiya, arrested four Palestinians, and summonsed a child for interrogation.
(Source / 08.08.2018)