Israeli authorities order demolition of Palestinian school near Bethlehem
Israeli officials have approved tearing down a Palestinian school near Bethlehem in line with the demolition of Palestinian-owned structures in the occupied lands.
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Head of the Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission, Hassan Brijiyeh, said that the Central Israeli Court issued a ruling in favor of the demolition of the al-Tahadi 5 School in the southern occupied West Bank village of Tamar, effectively accepting a petition submitted by the Regavim settler group to demolish the structure.
Brijiyeh added that the new court ruling gave 60 days for appeal before the demolition is carried out.
This is while on February 27, the court rejected an appeal submitted by the Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission and the Society of St. Yves against the elementary school, which was previously demolished and rebuilt in 2017.
Along the same line, the Israeli forces issued a confiscation order of 300 dunums in Umm Safa town, north of Ramallah.
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the town on Monday evening and distributed the confiscation order with the aim of expending illegal settlements built in the nearby areas.