Hebron Rehabilitation Committee succeeds the passing of a judicial decision to evacuate settlers from Al Owaiwi shops in the Old City of Hebron


Hebron Rehabilitation Committee Succeeded passing of the resolution of the Israeli Supreme Court requires to evacuate the settlers immediately from shops belonging to 'Abdul-Jawwad Owaiwi and' Abdul Razzaq Oweiwi located in the old vegetable market (Hisba) near the outpost, "Avraham Avinu" in the town old of Hebron on Wednesday, 7/3/2012. This decision of the Israeli Supreme Court is a confirmation of the decision taken by the military objections Committee obtained by Hebron Rehabilitation Committee in 2008 before and that decision required the evacuation of settlers from the mentioned stores. It stated in the text of the resolution, the court accepted the claims of abused citizens and ordered the implementation of the evacuation of settlers immediately and without delay from the shops. The Israeli occupation army has to provide a convincing arguments to the court if evacuation is not implemented voluntarily within 60 days from the date of this resolution.


This successful resolution is of great importance as it emphasis on the rights of Palestinian citizens in the protection of their property located in areas closed by military orders and exploited by the settlers to take control of Palestinian properties located there. It is difficult for the Palestinian citizens to know the nature of the ongoing violations against their properties located in those areas being closed by military orders.


It is noteworthy that this new success to evacuate settlers from Palestinian properties comes after a short period of success that was achieved by Hebron Rehabilitation Committee to evacuate settlers from Tahboub's family buildings and shops located next to Aldbuya settlement on Wednesday 22/2/2012.


Hebron Rehabilitation Committee has praised the legal efforts of the crew who has achieved these successive successes, hoping that the crew continue their efforts in order to protect the rights of people and their properties in the old town.