OCCUPIED JEUSALEM, (PIC)-- The Zionist district committee for planning and building approved on Monday a plan to build what it called the foot center in Wadi Hilwa neighborhood of Silwan area, Al-Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage said.
The foundation said it had monitored Israeli moves to build a huge tourist project on a seized Palestinian land near the fence of the old city of occupied Jerusalem.
The Israeli occupation authority used this Palestinian land as a parking lot for Jewish settlers and the settlement outpost Zuwar center or David city and now it intends to build a Jewish center in this land, according to the report.
The report noted that this project is part of a larger scheme to Judaize the entire circumference of the Aqsa Mosque.
It also warned that this Jewish center and its annexes would be connected to a network of tunnels that were established beneath Silwan and Wadi Hilwa areas, and the vicinity of the Aqsa Mosque and would be like a pivot point for Judaization activities in Jerusalem.
Israel approves plan to build huge Jewish tourist center in Silwan