"In 2005 we began to receive [demolition] letters on our doorsteps written in Hebrew addressed from the 'Municipality Against Honorable Unknown' but most of our people do not read Hebrew.It doesn't take a degree in Rocket Science to see what the violent and out of control West Bank land thieves are up to in digging those tunnels. They probably plan on either placing explosives under the mosque and blowing it to smithereens or dig a big enough tunnel to weaken the foundation and collapse the mosque.
"We have documents that prove this land is ours and that we paid taxes.
"Since 1967 the Israelis destroyed over 18,000 homes and there are currently 22,000 home demolition orders. Yesterday 25 new home demolition letters were delivered here.
"The settlers are digging tunnels towards the Mosque and we learned of it when an UNWRA [United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East] school collapsed and killed ten of our children.
"These settlers are the most extreme religious nationalists and they are behind what is going on here. They say this area was a part of King David's kingdom. So what? Many civilizations have been here since, Muslims were here too, but does this give them the right to build a zoo here?...
"There is a lot of money coming here from developers."
Much of that money comes from the American casino tycoon Irving Moskowitz....
That part won't be covered by Zionist shills like Blitzer or that clown Beck, only the aftermath when local Muslims get righteously outraged and start defending what's left of the West Bank from Khazar pillagers.
And more from that band of homicidal maniac land thieves, stealing lives and land in Occupied Palestine.
Settlers torch tent with Palestinians inside near Hebron
Hebron – Ma’an – Three Palestinians from a small hamlet near Yatta, south of Hebron, on Sunday narrowly escaped death after Israeli settlers set fire to a tent while they were inside.
Local residents told Ma’an that Israeli settlers from the nearby Susia settlement, which sits on Palestinian land, set fire to a large tent used as a meeting hall for the small village....