The spatial urban fabric of Jerusalem has developed under a deep geopolitical conflict. This conflict fragmented the urban area, and affected the formation of a normal relationship between the city and its neighborhoods and sub-urbans. Currently the metropolitan of Jerusalem is divided according to administrative borders and the separation wall, which created an arbitrary division between the city and its sub-urban and hinterland. The division contributes to the deterioration of the urban environment. This paper describes and analyzes the reality of the Jerusalem sub-urbans, and discuss the cusecs of the status and situation of these sub-urban. The paper suggests strategies and tools for intervention to decrees the deterioration of the urban environment, based on lessons learned from international experience. The vision suggested in this paper try to transfer the existing notion of seeking a humanitarian aid and survivalizem, to adapting a developed approach despite the Israeli occupation, which consist the barrier a head of sustainable development of the sub-urbans of Jerusalem.