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Jerusalem - القدس الشريف: Israeli looted Palestinian villa (#1). Please provide the location and the neighborhood in the below comments section

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Picture for Jerusalem City: Israeli looted Palestinian villa (#1). Please provide the location and the neighborhood in the below comments section. Browse 70k pictures documenting Palestinian history & culture before Nakba

Posted on July 3, 2007
 
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The hotel's name is SHEPHERD HOTEL.
Correction to my previous comment #128943: On January 9, 2011 Israeli bulldozers started demolishing the hotel building known by SHEPARD HOTEL (built on part of the home's land) adjacent to the historical home of Hajj AMIN EL-HUSSEINI (BEIT EL-MUFTI), at Sheikh Jarrah neigborhood in Jerusalem. The Israeli plan is to convert Al-Muffti's home to a snagogue, and to build on the Shepard's Hotel land (which is part of the complex) the new housing project.
On January 9, 2011 Israeli bulldozers started demolishing this historical place THE HOME OF HAJJ AMIN EL-HUSSEINI (BEIT EL-MUFTI) at Sheikh Jarrah neigborhood in Jerusalem, in order to build on it an Israeli housing project for the settlers.
this house is known as BEIT EL MUFTI , it is Hajj Amin EL Huseini house located in Sheikh Jarrah quarter in East Jerusalem . It was confiscated in the year 1967 as property of absentee because Hajj AMin was in Beirut at the time. It was used later as " SHEPERD HOTEL " and was recently changed to a military point. Recently it was declared that this house will be demolished and all the big lands around it will be a new settlement in the heart of east jerusalem