Supreme Court Decides to Evict Palestinians from Their Homes In Jerusalem
The Palestinian News Network, PNN, reported that the Israeli Supreme Court has decided to evict the families of Ghazi Zalloum and Ismail Wazwaz from their homes in the neighborhood of Alqurma in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem. The houses wiill be taken over by Israeli settlers. The court claimed that both properties belonged to Jews before 1948, the year Israel was created in the historic land of Palestine.
Lawyer Mohammed Dahleh reported that the Israeli Supreme Court confirmed Tuesday the November ruling of the District Court. The Court also instructed that all Court and attorney costs be paid by the two families.
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