The Israeli municipality, on Monday, forced a Palestinian woman in Silwan town of occupied East Jerusalem, the Wadi Hilweh Information Center (Silwanic) reported.
Ms. Shahira Ghaith said that she was living in the home for only three months, and with the help of a lawyer, she was able to postpone the demolition, which was implemented under the pretext of having no building permit.
She added that the occupation municipality rejected any further delays, so she began the demolition process in order to avoid fees which would be imposed by the Israeli municipality if they carried out the demolition.
Meanwhile, Israeli forces invaded the al-Simiya hamlet, south of Hebron in the southern West Bank, and demolished two Palestinian-owned homes, a live stock shed and a water well.
Coordinator of the Popular anti-settlement committee, Rateb al-Jabour, told Palestinian WAFA News Agency that soldiers invaded the town, with bulldozers, and proceeded to demolish a 500 square meter (sqm) livestock shed, a water well, as well as 2 homes, one 90 sqm, and another 200 sqm in area.
Al-Jabour added that 20 Palestinian civilians are now homeless as a result of the Israeli occupation’s demolition policies.
(Source / 24.12.2020)