New Israeli settlement plan in occupied Jerusalem

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)- Israeli occupation authorities have recently published four new tenders for the establishment of hotels, commercial offices, and park in Ma’aleh Adumim settlement illegally built in occupied east Jerusalem, Kol Ha’ir Hebrew newspaper revealed.
According to the weekly newspaper, a hotel will be established on an area of 2.2 acres near the municipality headquarters. The 6-story hotel will be the first of its kind to be built in Ma’aleh Adumim illegal settlement. Commercial shops and offices will be also established in the industrial zone in Mishor Adumim. Israeli municipality said that the tenders include leasing lands for the establishment of commercial shops and offices for 49 years with the possibility of expending the leasing period for another 49 years. The tenders also include two other pieces of lands estimated at 45 dunums near Rami Levy area. A park is scheduled to be built on an area of 100 acres east of the industrial zone.






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