Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli authorities on Sunday ordered to demolish the house of the family of Fadi Abu Ishkheidem, a man who was shot dead by Israeli forces after carrying out a resistance operation against Israeli soldiers in occupied Jerusalem.
Israeli Channel 7 reported that the occupation authorities have informed the family of Abu Ishkheidem that their house, in Shu’fat refugee camp in occupied Jerusalem, will be demolished.
Earlier this month, Israeli forces stormed the house of the martyr and took measures in preparation for demolishing it.
Abu Ishkheidem was shot dead by Israeli forces after he carried out a resistance operation against Israeli soldiers using a Carlo gun. One soldier died while four others were wounded.
The occupation state used house demolition as a collective punitive measure against the families of Palestinians, who carry out resistance operations. Hundreds of houses have been demolished within this policy since 1967. The policy is prohibited and violates binding provisions of international law.
(Source / 27.12.2021)