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Jordanian's documents contribute to abolishing of Israel court decision of eviction orders

Israeli security forces deploy as Palestinian, Israeli, and foreign activists demonstrate around the Salem family home during a protest in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah against the eviction of Palestinian families from their homes and settlement activity in the Palestinian Territories and east Jerusalem. (Photo: AFP)
AMMAN - 14 documents that were presented by the Jordanian government to the Palestinian Foreign Ministry, the people of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood and their lawyers have contributed to issuing an Israeli court decision that included the complete cancellation of all home eviction orders previously issued against the Palestinians in Shiekh Jarrah, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The lawyers highlighted the importance of the Jordanian documents and their decisive role in the Israeli court decision that ruled out all home eviction orders against the Palestinians.

One of the lawyer, in a press conference yesterday in Sheikh Jarrah, said that since the first of January,1966 until May, 1967, the Jordanian government began carrying out surveying and registering the land in favor of all the 28 families in Sheikh Jarrah but unfortunately, because of what happened in June 1967, the registration did not happen.

"Preserving Jerusalemites’ rights to their land and their homes are permanent constants in the Kingdom's efforts to support Palestinians. The Kingdom condemns and rejects Israel's illegal and inhumane attempts to evict Palestinians from their homes and lands and violate their rights," the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates stressed.

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