Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- Israeli authorities on Wednesday forced Ibrahim Abu Jom’a from At Tour neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem to demolish his under-construction house under the pretext of being built without a permit.
Abu Jom’a told QNN that his brother and he have been building two apartments above the house of their father.
He added that the Israelis ordered them to demolish the apartments four months ago and imposed heavy fines on them, accusing them of illegal construction, although they tried to get a construction permit but the occupation state rejected it.
He also said that his lawyer told him that he will have to demolish the 170-meter apartments himself or he will have to pay a 70,000 NIS penalty.
In the same context, Israeli bulldozers demolished today a wall belonging to Hamzah Mughrabi in Qalandya.
The Israeli army also stormed Atarot and demolished agricultural structures and leveled a land belonging to the families of Abu Rmouz and Shweiki.
The occupation state had demolished over 90 residential, agricultural, and commercial structures in occupied Jerusalem this year.