Israel To Demolish 50 Structures, Tents, Near Hebron

Wednesday June 13, 2012 03:36 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC & Agencies

The so-called “Civil Administration” that runs under the Israeli Military in the occupied West Bank, handed Tuesday military orders for the destruction of 52 structures and tents in Susia Palestinian village, south of the Hebron hills, in the southern part of the West Bank.


Image By Arabs48

The Arabs48 news website reported that several homes, a medical clinic, a kindergarten and a building that includes a solar panel system that provides the area with electricity, will be demolished a per these orders.

Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported that the structures will be demolished within three days, but a human rights group will likely file an appeal against the decision.

Haaretz added that the demolish orders were issued after a settler group filed an appeal to the Israeli High Court demanding it to speed up the destruction of the Palestinian property.

The judges, headed by Justice Asher Gronis, accepted the appeal and issued a temporary injunction preventing the residents of Susia from adding any tents or structures pending a decision on another appeal filed by the residents.

The lands in question are located in the occupied West Bank, therefore, under international law are considered to be part of the occupied Palestinian territories.

In 1986, Israel declared the lands of Susia Palestinian village as a “National Garden”, and the residents were forced to locate to their agricultural lands near the village. In 2001, the residents were attacked again, and were removed from the lands by the Israeli military and armed Israeli settlers. The caves and the tin houses, which they used as homes, were demolished.

Haaretz said that the Israeli High Court was the same legal body that issued an order preventing the demolition of the homes, and preventing the attempts to evict the residents, due to the fact that the final structural map of the village was not approved yet.

The residents then returned to their lands, and built homes and structures without obtaining construction permits from Israel; Israel then issued orders for the destruction of all new structures, adding them to the list that contained 18 older structures that were installed by the residents.





Watch Caught on Camera: Ethnic Cleansing




Netanyahu’s Likud on it’s website: “The Jordan River as a Permanent Border”
The Jordan Valley and the territories that dominate it shall be under Israeli sovereignty. The Jordan river will be the permanent eastern border of the State of Israel. The Kingdom of Jordan is a desirable partner in the permanent status arrangement between Israel and the Palestinians in matters that will be agreed upon.

and:

The Government of Israel flatly rejects the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan river.
Source: Likud platform


Latest Reports of the United Nations

  • New UN Report Shows Sharp Rise In Palestinians Uprooted By Israeli Demolitions – IMEMC – Jan 27, 2012
  • Report OCHA – Demolitions & Forced Displacement – Year 2011 – Report | PDF



Israel’s Jerusalem municipality plans to build more than 50,000 (updated Dec 3, 2011: 85.000) new homes in the city’s occupied eastern sector over two decades:

  • 23,628 homes have already been approved, 20,263 in East Jerusalem and 3,365 in the west.
  • 13,824 are pending review, 12,819 in East Jerusalem and 1,005 in the west.
  • 23,266 housing units are still in planning stages, 19,281 in the east and 3,985 in the west.



Of these, the municipality plans:

  • 10,366 homes in northern East Jerusalem, including illegal Israeli settlement Pisgat Zeev and Palestinian town Beit Hanina.
  • 5,239 homes in southern East Jerusalem, including Gilo settlement and Palestinian district Beit Safafa.
  • 4,886 new units in central eastern Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan and Jerusalem’s Old City.

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Besides this, Israel approved plans to ethnic cleanse 57.000 bedouin from Palestine



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