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This morning the Occupation Forces issued demolition orders for ten homes in Anata, a village northeast of Jerusalem where the Apartheid Wall is planned to slice through. The Occupation Forces “offered” the residents of the homes 72 hours to appeal the demolition orders in the Israeli Occupation Courts. Maps distributed earlier this month to residents of Anata from the Occupation Forces reveal that the Apartheid Wall will tear through the southwestern part of the village and run either directly on the path of these homes or exceptionally close to them.

This morning the Occupation Forces issued demolition orders for ten homes in Anata, a village northeast of Jerusalem where the Apartheid Wall is planned to slice through. The Occupation Forces “offered” the residents of the homes 72 hours to appeal the demolition orders in the Israeli Occupation Courts. Maps distributed earlier this month to residents of Anata from the Occupation Forces reveal that the Apartheid Wall will tear through the southwestern part of the village and run either directly on the path of these homes or exceptionally close to them.

This morning the Occupation Forces issued demolition orders for ten homes in Anata, a village northeast of Jerusalem where the Apartheid Wall is planned to slice through. The Occupation Forces “offered” the residents of the homes 72 hours to appeal the demolition orders in the Israeli Occupation Courts. Maps distributed earlier this month to residents of Anata from the Occupation Forces reveal that the Apartheid Wall will tear through the southwestern part of the village and run either directly on the path of these homes or exceptionally close to them.

This morning the Occupation Forces issued demolition orders for ten homes in Anata, a village northeast of Jerusalem where the Apartheid Wall is planned to slice through. The Occupation Forces “offered” the residents of the homes 72 hours to appeal the demolition orders in the Israeli Occupation Courts. Maps distributed earlier this month to residents of Anata from the Occupation Forces reveal that the Apartheid Wall will tear through the southwestern part of the village and run either directly on the path of these homes or exceptionally close to them.

This morning the Occupation Forces issued demolition orders for ten homes in Anata, a village northeast of Jerusalem where the Apartheid Wall is planned to slice through. The Occupation Forces “offered” the residents of the homes 72 hours to appeal the demolition orders in the Israeli Occupation Courts. Maps distributed earlier this month to residents of Anata from the Occupation Forces reveal that the Apartheid Wall will tear through the southwestern part of the village and run either directly on the path of these homes or exceptionally close to them.

This week the Israeli Occupation High Court ruled to “stop work” on the building of the Apartheid Wall through Hebron until the path around Israeli settlements could be “further discussed”; however, the deceptive ruling is not changing the situation on the ground. Destruction for the Wall in Hebron started some three weeks ago around the Israeli settlement Kiryat Arba and Harsina. Some 1,500 dunums* were slated for destruction for the Wall’s path and already the Occupation Forces have razed nearly two-thirds of this.

This week the Israeli Occupation High Court ruled to “stop work” on the building of the Apartheid Wall through Hebron until the path around Israeli settlements could be “further discussed”; however, the deceptive ruling is not changing the situation on the ground. Destruction for the Wall in Hebron started some three weeks ago around the Israeli settlement Kiryat Arba and Harsina. Some 1,500 dunums* were slated for destruction for the Wall’s path and already the Occupation Forces have razed nearly two-thirds of this.

This week the Israeli Occupation High Court ruled to “stop work” on the building of the Apartheid Wall through Hebron until the path around Israeli settlements could be “further discussed”; however, the deceptive ruling is not changing the situation on the ground. Destruction for the Wall in Hebron started some three weeks ago around the Israeli settlement Kiryat Arba and Harsina. Some 1,500 dunums* were slated for destruction for the Wall’s path and already the Occupation Forces have razed nearly two-thirds of this.

This week the Israeli Occupation High Court ruled to “stop work” on the building of the Apartheid Wall through Hebron until the path around Israeli settlements could be “further discussed”; however, the deceptive ruling is not changing the situation on the ground. Destruction for the Wall in Hebron started some three weeks ago around the Israeli settlement Kiryat Arba and Harsina. Some 1,500 dunums* were slated for destruction for the Wall’s path and already the Occupation Forces have razed nearly two-thirds of this.

This week the Israeli Occupation High Court ruled to “stop work” on the building of the Apartheid Wall through Hebron until the path around Israeli settlements could be “further discussed”; however, the deceptive ruling is not changing the situation on the ground. Destruction for the Wall in Hebron started some three weeks ago around the Israeli settlement Kiryat Arba and Harsina. Some 1,500 dunums* were slated for destruction for the Wall’s path and already the Occupation Forces have razed nearly two-thirds of this.

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