Israeli Supreme Court approves demolition of more Palestinian houses in Jerusalem

Occupied Jerusalem (QNN)- The Israeli Supreme Court on Sunday approved the demolition of buildings and houses in the neighborhood of Sour Baher in occupied Jerusalem, claiming that they were illegally built near the apartheid wall.

The court rejected an appeal presented by four Palestinian families, who were seeking to stop the demolitions.

The court claimed that ‘Israel’ is authorized to demolish ‘illegal’ buildings. It added that the Palestinian buildings are very close to the apartheid wall, which poses a threat to the occupation state.

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