The occupation demolishes a house and notifies the demolition of three others in Silwan

Today, Wednesday, the occupation authorities demolished a house and notified the demolition of three others in the town of Silwan, the southern facade of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, according to the official Wafa news agency.

A member of the Silwan Town Defense Committee, Fakhri Abu Diab, told the official agency that the occupation forces stormed the Ain Al-Lawza neighborhood in Silwan, and demolished a one-story house belonging to the Jerusalemite, Muhammad Matar.

He explained that the occupation forces had previously notified Matar of the demolition of his house and forced him to demolish part of it under the pretext of not having a license.

He added, to the agency, that the occupation authorities handed notices of demolishing three houses in the Al-Bustan neighborhood in Silwan, until the fifth of November, knowing that these houses are old and were built before 1967.

Abu Diab warned of the occupation authorities' attempts to demolish several neighborhoods in Silwan, which represent the southern facade of Al-Aqsa Mosque, to impose full control over the city of Jerusalem.

Al-Bustan neighborhood is located in the center of Silwan town and is adjacent to the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the south and southeast sides. It is about 300 meters away from the southern wall, extends over an area of ​​70 dunums, and is home to about 1,550 citizens.

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