Apartheid Israeli court ordered a Palestinian school to be demolished

An apartheid Israeli court  ordered a Palestinian school in the occupied village of Jub Al-Dhib to be demolished

Samer Daoudi of the St. Yves Foundatio says that The apartheid Israeli Central Court has issued an immediate order to demolish the Jub Al-Dib School, east of Bethlehem, under the pretext that it was built without a permit

Daoudi explains that the decision requires the school to be demolished within a period of 60 days, meaning that it could be demolished at any moment.

Hasan Brijeh who is the director of the Office of the Wall and Settlement Resistance Commission in Bethlehem Governorate has denounced the Israeli decision, describing it as “unfair”.

Brijeh says that the decision contradicts all international resolutions and the United Nations resolution, because schools in particular are protected according to the Rome Convention.

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