Israeli High Court orders demolition of Palestinian homes

Israel may soon demolish more Palestinian homes after its high court ruled 60 homes in occupied East Jerusalem should be knocked down.

    Israel is expected to demolish more Palestinian homes. The Israeli High Court has ruled 60 houses in occupied East Jerusalem should be knocked down.

    Palestinians say Israel is trying to settle as many Jews as possible on the edge of Jerusalem's old city and rename an area the Palestinians consider their capital the City of David.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from occupied East Jerusalem.


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