Jerusalem: Ground Cracks in Wadi Helwe due to Israeli Excavations
Tuesday November 13, 2012 01:00 by Mabel Grossi - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group
The Information Center of Wadi Helwe in Silwan reported the presence of cracks on the ground and earth collapses in the main street of the Neighborhood of Wadi Helwe in Silwan due do the Israeli excavations in the area.
The Information Center pointed out that these collapses and cracks in the earth are created by the excavations carried out by the Elad Settlement Association and the “Antiquities Authority” in the town of Silwan under their houses and streets. It is also important to note that the earth landslide took place above a tunnel connecting Silwan to Al-Buraq, the southern wall of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
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