Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Jerusalemm Judaisation at work

Israeli forces storm Aisawiye in eastern Jerusalem, injure civilians
[ 13/07/2011 - 06:05 PM ]
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- Israeli occupation police stormed the Aisawiye village in occupied Jerusalem on Wednesday afternoon and fired tear gas and stun grenades at inhabitants, local sources said.
They said that youngsters in the village threw stones and empty bottles at the police forces smashing the window shield of one of the police cars.
A number of citizens were injured in the confrontations as a result of the use of extensive teargas canisters and stun grenades.
Israeli escalation expected to shake Jerusalem in coming months
[ 13/07/2011 - 12:10 PM ]
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- An unprecedented wide-ranging Israeli escalation is expected to rock Jerusalem in the next few months and to peak in September.
The Jerusalem center for social and economic rights, a Palestinian NGO, said it has obtained information pointing to major demolitions to take place in the next few weeks.
The JCSER added that a first “wave of demolitions” has already begun in Jerusalem's suburbs, as several homes were demolished in Al-Khalayla district in Al-Jeib northwest of Jerusalem as well as in Sour Baher located south of the city.
JCSER director Ziad al-Hemwari said in a statement that the Israeli courts have recently made decisions pertaining to demolitions and fines and also postponed decisions to destroy homes in the Al-Bustan district, signaling an upcoming demolition campaign focused in the Old City vicinity that would take place before September or after Eid-el-Fitr.

He said that Israel would take advantage of the world's preoccupation at that time with events in September to escalate its demolition policy and withdraw residence permits of Arabs in Jerusalem and expand settlements in the heart of Palestinian neighborhoods in the city.
The warnings come at a time of concern over the right of residence of tens of thousands of Jerusalemites who live outside of the Israeli apartheid wall, concern that stems from impending actions related to those people's movement and residence in areas that have physically been placed outside of Jerusalem's artificial municipal borders.
The Israeli occupation Jerusalem district court ruled Tuesday to demolish the homes of 16 Palestinians whose homes were under threat of demolition in Jerusalem's Al-Bustan district located south of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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