The Israeli army forced Saturday, a Palestinian to demolish his under-construction home in Wadi ar-Rababa neighborhood, in Silwan town, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied Jerusalem.

The Wadi Hilweh Information Center In Silwan (Silwanic) said the home is owned by Ahmad Younes Abu Hadwan, and was built on his land.

Silwanic added that Abu Hadwan had to demolish his 50 square/meter under construction home using basic handheld tools to avoid the excessively high fines and fees, especially if the City Council in occupied Jerusalem uses its workers and equipment.

Video By Silwanic

It is worth mentioning that the family stopped the construction of their home ten years ago, after receiving a demolition order, and have since been going to court and trying to obtain all needed permits and documents.

While Israel continues to build and expand its illegal colonies, Palestinian communities and towns, in occupied Jerusalem, and various areas in the occupied West Bank, continue to be denied the right to build or expand homes and property.

Israel has been issuing hundreds of demolition orders against existing Palestinian homes and property, including under-construction structures, and has already demolished many of them.

According to data by the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD), demolished 865 structures, displacing 1,014 people, and directly affecting 5,615 people. In addition to demolishing 2,586 buildings in the Negev, in the year 2020.

In addition, the soldiers abducted, on Saturday evening, two young Palestinian men in occupied Jerusalem in the West Bank.

In related news, the soldiers abducted three teenage boys from the al-Jalazoun refugee camp, north of Ramallah, in central West bank.

On Friday, the soldiers abducted Mohammad Abu al-Hummus, a known nonviolent activist against the illegal Israeli colonialist activities, during a procession in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, in Jerusalem.

The soldiers also summoned for interrogation three young men from the al-Isawiya town, in Jerusalem.

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