posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 01:04 AM
The Israeli Civil Administration has bulldozed another hut occupied by a Palestinian family in Area C this time.
A report says that the people had one minute to evacuate.
Apparently soldiers had use force.
The kicker is that the occupant had a court order to delay the evictions !!
The story goes on and cites some interesting things about wind mills and solar panels installed by EU grants,
and some possible Oslo Accords violations.
Latest update 03:12 21.02.12 -- Haaretz, Israel
Israel demolishes West Bank villages as Jewish outposts remains untouched
Israel's eagerness to demolish renewable energy installations in a West Bank village is seen as an ugly riposte to the European Union.
It is doubtful whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has expressed great concern over the fate of Migron's residents, has heard of Tha'lah.
Unfortunately for the village's residents, Tha'lah is situated in Area C, which is under Israel jurisdiction. Minister Benny Begin, who worked so
tirelessly on the questionable "agreement" that will leave the Migron criminals on stolen land for a few more years (if it is ever implemented ),
presumably does not know what happened to the residents of this tiny village in the Southern Hebron Hills. And the Israeli media didn't stop focusing
on an Iranian nuclear bomb that threatens to destroy our homes long enough to cover a boring story about a Palestinian family whose home we Israelis
It happened last Wednesday. Civil Administration officer Nabil Tafsh arrived at Youssef Awad's hut accompanied by a bulldozer. Awad told Rabbis for
Human Rights representatives summoned to the site that the official informed him he had one minute to leave the hut and remove the sheep from their
pen. Two soldiers forcibly removed Awad and, in a flash, the bulldozer flattened his minimal possessions into a pile of rubble.
eagerness to demolish renewable energy installations in a West Bank village is seen as an ugly riposte to the European Union.
Long article with many unanswered questions
There must be a "business connection" to all this somewhere
In a complaint submitted to the Civil Administration, Rabbi for Human Rights attorney Quamar Mishirqi wrote that Awad presented the officer with
an interim order from the High Court of Justice ordering a delay in the implementation of the demolition order issued against him. She says the
officer tore up the document and slapped Awad across the face. Mishirqi presented an agreement with the State Prosecutor's Office granting Awad 60
days to approach the High Court of Justice before his property would be destroyed. According to her, were it not for a hasty phone call she made that
day to the Prosecutor's office, it is almost certain that the Civil Administration would have proceeded to demolish all of the village's houses.
edit on Feb-21-2012 by xuenchen because: (no reason given)