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Israel Orders Construction on House to Stop.

HEBRON, March 20, 2012 (WAFA) ' The Israeli authorities Tuesday issued a notice to stop construction work on a Palestinian house in Halhoul, a town north of Hebron, as a prelude to demolish it under the pretext it was built without permit, according to the Land Research Center (LCR). It saidIsraeli forces and officers from the Israeli civil administration stormed an area east of the town of Halhoul and placed a notice to halt work at Mohannad al-Aqrat's 250-square-meter house, which is in the final stage of construction to house his family of five. The notice said there will be a court hearing on April 2 to look into what it called 'demolition of a buildingand turning it back to its former state.' T.R./R.Q./M.S.

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Date:Mar 20, 2012
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