New Israeli plan to build 204 housing units in French Hill 16Jan12 January 16, 2012

The Palestinian Information Centre  -  15 January 2012

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Baka’a center for planning and building warned of an Israeli plan prepared by the Hebrew university in occupied Jerusalem to build 204 housing units in the French Hill settlement in place of the existing student units.

In a press release on Sunday, director of the center Qais Naser said the plan is aimed to limit the growing Arab presence especially the number of Arab students in the French Hill settlement.

Naser added that the Israeli district committee for planning and building in the holy city would discuss the plan in a meeting on Monday to make a decision in this regard.

According to the director of Baka’a, the Hebrew university submitted to the district committee a structural layout of its plan to demolish four hostel buildings inhabited by students in the settlement and build six apartment buildings of 204 housing units for Jewish settlers only.

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