Jerusalem: Nazi army Demolishes A Palestinian Residential Building

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Nazi soldiers demolished, Wednesday, an under-construction Palestinian residential building, owned by a former political prisoner in the at-Tour town, in occupied Jerusalem, before abducting the owner and his son.

The Nazi soldiers, accompanied by bulldozers, invaded the town, before surrounding the entire area and completely isolating it.

Local sources said the Nazi soldiers then demolished the under-construction building, before abducting the owner, a former political prisoner identified as Ahmad Abu al-Hawa, along with his son, and moved them to an interrogation facility.

The army claims the 350 square/meter building was being constructed without a permit from the City Council, in Nazi occupied Jerusalem.

It is worth mentioning that, in the year 2016, the soldiers demolished a residential building, which consisted of four apartments, owned by Abu al-Hawa, under the pretext of being constructed without a permit.

Ahmad Abu al-Hawa is a former political prisoner, who was imprisoned by Israel for ten years.

While the Nazi regime continues to build and expand its illegal Nazi colonies in the occupied territories, in direct violation of International Law, it continues to deny construction permits to the Palestinians in Jerusalem and other large areas of the West Bank.

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