Israeli occupation threatens demolition of 20 installations in Jerusalem

[ PIC 14/02/2013 – 02:35 PM ]

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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation authorities (IOA) served notices to owners of 20 industrial installations in Jaba village to the north west of occupied Jerusalem.

Deputy governor of Jerusalem Abdullah Siyam told a press conference organized by activists in the village on Thursday that the IOA was planning to destroy the installations at the pretext of their proximity to Adam settlement.

He said that the settlement was built in the eighties while the installations were there since 1972.

The demolition notices fall in line with the IOA ferocious campaign of demolitions in various areas of occupied Jerusalem other than the establishment of settlement outposts inside the holy city and excavations underneath and in the vicinity of the Aqsa mosque, Siyam said.


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