Stop-work orders on two agricultural rooms in Beit Ummar

Stop-work orders on two agricultural rooms in Beit Ummar


Violation: serving stop-work orders

Date: 14/12/2014

Location: Beit Ummar/ Hebron

Perpetrators: Israel Civil Administration

Victims: citizens Basim al-Alami and Khalid Ibraigheith


The Israeli authorities notified on December  14, 2014 two agricultural rooms with stop-work under the pretext of unlicensed construction in the village of Beit Ummar, south of Hebron governorate.

Citizen Khalid Ibraigheith asserted that Israel Civil Administration accompanied by a an army patrol raided the area of Thughrit al-Shabak and placed the orders on the structures' walls.

The military orders mentioned that the structure was unlicensed construction and compelled the owners with immediate termination of construction. January 01, 2015 was assigned as the so-called Planning Committee session in the court of Beit El to consider demolishing the place or restore its status quo .

  1. The room of citizen Khalid Ibraigheith : it was built using the  ruins of old houses to be  used as a resting place in his land. The 40m2 room was built in 2010.

Photo 1: the order served Khalid's room

  1. The room of citizen Basim al-Alami: it was built by cement bricks to be used as a storehouse for agricultural equipments. The 80m2 room was built in 2006.

Photo 2: the order served on Basim's room 



Prepared by
 The Land Research Center


Categories: Military Orders