Stop-work order on structures in the village of Beit Dajan

Stop-work order on structures in the village of Beit Dajan

 

Violation:  serving stop-work orders

Date:  24/02/2015

Location:  Nablus governorate

Perpetrators: Inspection Subcommittee – the Israeli Occupation Civil Administration.

Victims:  7 Palestinian families

Details:

A massive force from the Israeli occupation army accompanied by a staff from the Civil Administration on February 24, 2015 raided the area of Bet Dajan, east Nablus city and handed a number of families out stop-work orders on four agricultural barracks and a under construction house. This came under the pretext of building within area classified C according to Oslo Accords and without having  previous arrangements with the Israeli side, which according to the accords is the responsible of such areas' classifications.

The military orders gave the owners of the notified structure a deadline until March 15, 2015 to complete all licensing procedures; this comes in time with the hearing session of the Planning and Construction Committee in the military court of Beit El to consider the status of the notified structures.

The following table shows information about the notified structures and owners:

Affected citizen

Family

Minors

Notified structure

Nature of the structure

No. of order

Notes

Photo

Nadir Abu Jish and his brothers (Nasir, Mansour, Nasri)

34

17

2 barracks (300m2 each)

Chicken husbandry (2000 bird)

181988

Previously notified

1+2

Nael Abu Thabit

2

0

A under construction barrack 60m2

Used as a barn( 13 sheep)

N/A

3

Suliman Imawi

10

7

House (170m2)

Under construction

181985

4

Saed Abu Jish

10

6

Agricultural barrack (80m2)

Used as a barn (40 sheep)

181986

5

Total

56

30

4 barracks+1 house

 

 

 

 

Source: Field Observations – Monitoring Israeli Human Rights Violations-Land Research Center -2015

Photo 6 : lands of Beit Dajan taken as military zones

The chairman of Beit Dajan village council- about the notified structures in the area- to a researcher from Land Research Center said that more than 18 houses and barracks were notified with stop-work orders within the past three years. The orders were intense in the eastern side of the village, which has been recently transformed into closed military zones by the occupation.

About Beit Dajan:

Beit Dajan is located 10 km to the east of Nablus; its total area is 44100 dunums including 360 dunums of built up area inhabited by 3900 pople (2010 census) in addition to 12500 dunums that are related to al-Ghoor area . A large part of the village lands were confiscated for the construction of the colony of Mehola in 1973.

Beit Dajan is surrounded by a number of villages namely (Salem, Deir al-Hatab, Talluza, Beit Furik, Ghoor el-Far'a ) and depends on grains plantation and fruitful trees such like olive, figs and almond.

 

 

Prepared by
 The Land Research Center
LRC
 

Categories: Military Orders