An Israeli court ruled, Sunday, in favor of the demolition of four Palestinian homes in Wad al-Hummus neighborhood, in Sur Baher town, southeast of occupied East Jerusalem.

The homes are owned by Na’im Oleywa, Osama Hamad, Mohammad Abu Teir, and Na’im al-Atrash.

The only building that is not inhabited yet, and is still under construction, is a three-story home, owned by Na’im al-Atrash.

On July 22 of the year 2019, Israel demolished 11 buildings consisting of more than 70 apartments in Wad al-Hummus.

Israel claims that the buildings were constructed without permits from the City Council, in occupied Jerusalem.

In related news, the Israeli District Court in occupied Jerusalem has ordered the removal of a Palestinian family from their residential building in Batn al-Hawa neighborhood, in Silwan town, to replace them with colonialist settlers.

In 2019, Israel Demolished 686 Homes in West Bank, Almost Half in Jerusalem