The Israeli Ministry of Defence said on Sunday it had cooperated with border police forces in the reconstruction of the recently-collapsed parts of the Apartheid Wall in Jerusalem, Israeli media reported.
The ministry’s Engineering and Construction Department told Channel 7 that the wall had collapsed after “an accumulation of rubble” on its Palestinian side, and “due to heavy rains in recent days.
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Part of Israel's apartheid wall collapsed in Al-Ram town, occupied Jerusalem. pic.twitter.com/ESqD8cfIyy
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It added that the construction work consisted of “16 concrete walls, nine meters high and weighing 17 tonnes each.”
Videos circulating on social media on Friday showed a section of the Apartheid Wall collapsing onto a road as a result of debris behind it in Al-Ram, occupied East Jerusalem.
(MEMO, PC, Social Media)