The Israeli municipality of Jerusalem, on Wednesday, demolished a residential structure in the neighborhood of al-Isawiyya, in occupied East Jerusalem, under the pretext of lacking an Israeli construction permit, according to local WAFA sources.

The municipality demolished a residential structure, made of metals, that was installed by Omar Dari, a local citizen who said he was forced to build without a permit in order to shelter his family, after he was unable to obtain a permit from the municipality.

This is the second structure to be demolished by the Israeli municipality of Jerusalem in al-Isawiyya since Wednesday’s morning.

Earlier today, the municipality demolished a two-story building in the neighborhood, also for lacking a construction permit.

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