Displacement: a daily reality in East Jerusalem

Authorities leave the residents and herds with no shelter in harsh weather conditions 

This morning, around 6am, civil Administration and army forces arrived at the a-Sa’idi community, near a-Za’ayem. The forces demolished the homes of four families numbering 32 people, of them 21 minors. The  a-Sa’idi community numbers a total of 6 families, around 40 residents. Read more.

Posted on January 18, 2016, in 2016, January. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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