Demolition Orders Handed to Jerusalemites

15 Mar
2:14 AM

The Israeli occupation municipality, Monday, handed demolition orders to Palestinians in al-Eesawiyya, under the pretext of unlicensed buildings. Wadi Hilweh Information Center reported, according to Al Ray, that the crews of the Israeli municipality, accompanied by Israeli forces, stormed the building of Fadee Al-Issawi and handed him a demolition order for the building, which has been established since 2001.

Israeli forces claim that the building is unlicensed.

Fadee Issawi explained that the building consists of three floors, and are licensed from Israeli authorities. He noted that an extra area to the building was added recently, but that Israeli authorities fined him an amount of NIS 75.000. According to Fadee’s account, he paid the total amount in 2006.

The municipality crew also handed Mohammed Mahmoud a demolition order for two floors of his building, which consists of four floors total.

Mahmoud pointed out that his building was established in 2001, and is licensed according to the applicable law. The two extra floors are yet to be licensed , he noted, but Israeli authorities fined him an amount of NIS 200.000, the payment of which he intended to accomplish by 2019.

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IMEMC Agencies

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