MOSQUE IN JERUSALEM (AA): Israel on Monday gave a destruction request for a mosque in the town of Silwan in east Jerusalem for “absence of a development grant,” as indicated by nearby occupants.
Israeli specialists gave the caretakers of the Qa’qaa Bin Amr mosque 21 days to challenge the request.
Notwithstanding, an Israeli court in involved Jerusalem dismissed an allure, Monday, against orders for the destruction of the mosque in Silwan town, south of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the city.
The Wadi Hilweh Information Center In Silwan (Silwanic) has detailed that the Israeli court dismissed an allure from the inhabitants, which was recorded after a destruction request was given by the City Council to annihilate the Al-Qa’qa’ mosque in the town.
Implicit 2012, the two-story mosque obliges several admirers.
A comparable destruction request was given in 2015, however was rarely upheld.
As of late, Israeli pioneers have held onto control of many Palestinian homes in Silwan, which is near the flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
Israeli settlement association Elad says it looks to transform Silwan into a Jewish zone called the City of David.
Israeli specialists have ventured up their destruction crusades in Jerusalem lately, leveling many Palestinian homes, especially in Silwan.