The Israeli Supreme Court has given 4 Palestinian families threatened with eviction from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, in occupied Jerusalem, until next Thursday in order to reach an agreement with the settlement company regarding ownership of the lands on which their homes are built.
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The Palestinian families expressed their categorical rejection of this settlement, which conforms to the demands of the settlement company, as an acknowledgment of settlers’ ownership of lands.
The families suggested that the rent allowance be deposited in a special fund affiliated with the court until the decision on the ownership of the land is made.
The Palestinian families called on the Jordanian government and the UNRWA to put pressure on the Israeli authorities to prevent their eviction from the homes that the Jordanian authorities had occupied in the fifties of the last century after their displacement in the year of the Nakba, according to an agreement under which Palestinian families waived the dues and allocations of refugees.
For weeks, the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood has witnessed clashes between Palestinians and the occupation forces during demonstrations and solidarity stands organized in the neighborhood against eviction and displacement.
Hamas warns Israel
Today, Sunday, the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) called on the Palestinian factions and components to adopt a strategy of resistance action, to confront the Israeli violations in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of the occupied city of Jerusalem, and to strengthen the resilience of its residents.
Movement spokesman Fawzi Barhoum said that what is required is also to expand the areas of engagement with the enemy in all forms of resistance. Advertising
Barhoum described the mass displacement of families in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood as dangerous racist and aggressive behavior.
He stressed that it is a new crime to be added to the black record of the occupation against the city of Jerusalem, targeting the Palestinian presence and identity of Jerusalem.
And he considered that what he described as “the absence of decisive stances by the Palestinian Authority towards this aggression, in addition to the crime of Arab normalization, which constituted an official cover for the continuation of these crimes.”
He warned Israel against committing any follies that could harm the residents of Jerusalem and Sheikh Jarrah, holding them responsible for the repercussions of these racist policies and provocative actions.
Dozens of Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood fear imminent eviction from their homes where they have lived since 1956 for the benefit of settlers.
Israeli and Palestinian human rights organizations say that the eviction decisions are part of a scheme to Judaize the city of Jerusalem, in addition to demolishing homes, confiscating lands, and others.
Settlers in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa
On the other hand, groups of Israeli settlers stormed the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque this morning.
Jerusalem activists reported that dozens of settlers wandered in the courtyards of the mosque under the protection of the Israeli occupation police, noting that it is customary for the storming operations to stop in the last ten days of the blessed month of Ramadan.