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Israeli top court suspends razing of Palestinian village

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Noor61OCCUPIED JERUSALEM (PNIC):-The Israeli high court of justice has issued an injunction ordering a halt to the demolition of the Bedouin Khan al-Ahmar hamlet for a few days.

The popular committee to resist Israel’s separation wall and settlement activities said that the high court ordered the civil administration to suspend the removal of the Bedouin community of Khan al-Ahmar and demolition of their homes until July 11 to give the Israeli army’s civil administration a chance to explain why it refuses to license the community.

The committee worked diligently during the last few days to prepare an organized structural plan for the community in order to have a license, but the civil administration rejected it, prompting the former to file a petition with the Israeli high court asking for issuing an injunction against the demolition of Khan al-Ahmar homes until the Israeli authorities provide convincing reasons for their refusal to grant a license for the plan.

Head of the committee Walid Assaf expressed hope that there would be a final decision by the court on July 11 stopping the civil administration from demolishing the community’s homes

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