Arutz-7 reports that Israeli police are planning to raze a building inhabited by around 100 people in the Wadi Qadum neighborhood of eastern Jerusalem, according to Kan 11. The demolition, which was postponed for years due to various reasons including foreign pressure, has raised concerns among security officials that it may trigger violence in the capital. The operation, which is slated to occur on Tuesday or Wednesday, will involve over 500 police officers and is expected to take over 24 hours. National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir stated to Kan News, "We must enforce the law, that is my policy." Ben-Gvir recently ordered the expedited demolition of illegal buildings in the city unrelated to terrorism, following last week's terror attacks. Each building has a demolition order against it, and so far seven out of 14 structures ordered by Ben-Gvir to be demolished have been destroyed. Last Tuesday, Arab youths from the Jabel Mukaber neighborhood blocked the entrance to the neighborhood in response to the orders.