Two Palestinian families were forced, on Tuesday, to self-demolish their homes in different neighborhoods of occupied East Jerusalem, according to local sources.
Sources told the Palestinian News and Information Agency (WAFA) that Aziz Oweisa embarked on the destruction of his own home in the Jabal al-Mokabber neighborhood in Jerusalem, under the pretext of building without an Israeli permit.
Oweisa was forced to tear down his home due to the occupation authorities threatening to charge excessive demolition fines, after imposing an unreasonable fine of 32,000 Israeli shekels ($10,300 US) for building without a license.
Additionally, on Tuesday, Israeli authorities delivered a demolition order to another Palestinian resident of the Jabal al-Mokabber neighborhood.
Furthermore, in Beit Hanina town, also in occupied East Jerusalem, a home was demolished by its Palestinian owner under the pretext of being built without a permit, according to the Wall and Colonization Resistance Commission.
هيئة مقاومة الجدار والاستيطان4 uur geleden
قوات الاحتلال تجبر مقدسيًا على هدم منزله ذاتيا في حي جبل المكبر بالقدس.
Wadi Hilweh Information Center – Jerusalem مركز معلومات وادي حلوة – القدس4 uur geleden
هدم بناية سكنية ذاتياً في بلدة بيت حنينا بقرار من بلدية الاحتلال بحجة البناء دون ترخيص
Demolishing a residential building in Beit Hanina by its owners following an order by the occupation municipality under the pretext of building without a permit
(Source / 09.11.2021)