Acre / PNN/
Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday afternoon, demolished a hallroom owned by Palestinian Ibrahim Abdel Rahman who lives in Acre (Akka) city.
Abdul Rahman told PNN that Israeli forces gave him a demolition threat three months ago, under the pretext that it had no building permit. A court hearing was supposed to take place on the 26th of this month to discuss the demolition order.
Ibrahim added that the court issued a decision to temporarily retreat from the demolition order until the final session, but Israeli forces stormed the home of Ibrahim at 4:30 this morning, and confiscated phones from family to prevewnt them from calling their lawyer, and began the demolition.
Abdul Rahman said that some (300-400) Israeli policemen, two trucks and three bulldozers stormed into the hall and began the demolition process
He added that he appealed to the former Arab Knesset members and submitted outline plans to request a license legally, but did not receive a response, and could not get a license for the hall, which is
The hall, which was destroyed is worth about Six million shekels ($1.5 million.)