Forbid usage of AlKuds university as its built on Jewish land. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Don Lary
    • 28.07.11 | 10:07 (IDT)

    I think the time has come to fight fire with fire or courts with courts. Within the municipal borders of Jerusalem and in the in villages like Abu Dis, there are hundreds of parcels of land that have been squatted upon and built upon by Arabs. For example - between the years 1921 to 1924, at least 210 Jews bought 598 dunams of land, most of which today is the vilage of Abu Did. In particular, sections of the university of Al Kuds has been illegally built on this land. Its time to use the courts to sue all responsible bodies and maybe even forbid use of the university as it was built on Jewish land. Lets see whether our courts will stand up for Jewish rights like they are so concerned about Arab land rights and ownership. Who is ready to fight this legal battle?

    from the article: High Court forbids use of Israeli sewage plant illegally built on Palestinian land
    First published 01:46 28.07.11 | Last updated 01:46 28.07.11
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