Continuing to demolish establishments…releases on condition of house arrest
On Wednesday, the occupation bulldozers carried out demolitions in 3 towns in the city of Jerusalem, under the pretext of building without a permit.
In the Wadi al-Hummus neighborhood in Jerusalem, the occupation forces stormed the neighborhood in the morning and demolished a commercial facility belonging to the Amira family. The owner explained that the facility was a parking for trucks, and it contained a "counter", and the walls surrounding the land were bulldozed.
In the town of Silwan, the forces stormed the Abbasyeh neighborhood and demolished a room made of wood and tin plates, using manual demolition tools, belonging to Salah Hijazi, without warning.
In Beit Hanina, bulldozers demolished a commercial establishment, which is a "cafe" for the Abu Sbeih family, with an area of more than 200 square meters. The family built it 3 months ago, and the municipality carried out the demolition despite a decision to freeze it until February 4th.
On the other hand, the court released the father and mother of the child, Mahmoud Aleiwat, on the condition of house arrest for a week and paying a cash bail of 1,000 shekels.
The occupation forces continue to arrest the wounded boy, Aleiwat, in Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, despite his difficult health condition, on charges of "carrying out a shooting attack in Silwan towards settlers."
On the other hand, the court released the young man, Issa Ali Attoun, on the condition that he be deported from Al-Aqsa and his place of residence in Sur Baher, and house arrest for a week.
The decision to release Attoun came after more than a month where he was detained in the occupation’s cells.
The court also released the two young men, Huthaifa Attoun and Mohammad Attoun, on the condition of deportation from their place of residence and house arrest.
The court also released the young men: Ahmed Jadallah, Mohammad Abdel-Jawad, Ahmed Shweiki, Aref Shweiki, Wajd Abu Hleil, Mu’taz Shweiki, and Mohammad Rweidi on condition of house arrest for periods ranging from 5 days to two weeks.
On the other hand, the intelligence renewed the decision to impose house arrest on the Jerusalemite activist Nasser Al-Hidmi in his place of residence, "Al-Sowaneh neighborhood" for a period of 6 months, noting that the previous decision expires on the twentieth of this month.