Israeli soldiers summoned, Sunday, three Palestinians from the al-Walaja town, northwest of Bethlehem, including one woman, for interrogation for â€śconstructionsâ€™ violations,â€ť although the military demolished their homes, earlier in September of this year.
Local activist Ibrahim Awadallah, said the soldiers invaded Jweiza and Khallet as-Samak areas, and summoned Hanan ar-Razem, Khaled Abu Khiara and Alaâ€™ Hajajla, for interrogation at the â€śRegional Construction and Planning Committee, in occupied Jerusalem.â€ť
Awadallah added that the soldiers informed the three Palestinians that they have â€ścommitted violations by building their homes without the approval of the City Council.â€ť
It is worth mention that the army demolished the three homes a month ago, and the committee is apparently trying to get them to pay for the expenses.
The threat of demolition is still looming around 189 Palestinian homes in the al-Walaja, under the allegations of being built without permits from Israel.
The demolitions are part of a large illegal colonialist plan to expand its colonies in the southern part of occupied Jerusalem, and link them with Gush Etzion Block.