Haaretz, Nov. 23, 2016
A Palestinian boy sits in the yard of his house, back-dropped by the Israeli housing development, Har Homa, in East Jerusalem, September 2009. Bernat Armangue / AP
An annual comptroller's report on Israeli local authorities issued on Tuesday accuses the Jerusalem Municipality of faulty planning and construction, and discriminating against the largely Palestinian populated side of the city in the the issuing of building permits.
[...] East Jerusalem, where most Palestinian residents of the city live, receives only about 15 percent of building permits issued, the report says. The main reason for this problem is the absence of an orderly registration of land ownership in this part of the city, it adds.