Legislation to Allow Settlers to Take Over West Bank Land

WAFA FEBR 20 2012

JERUSALEM, February 20, 2012 (WAFA) – The Israeli Civil Administration in the West Bank, which is part of the military government, is promoting legislation that would allow Jewish settlers to open new dirt roads in the West Bank without official approval under the pretext of protecting so-called state land, the Israeli daily, Haaretz, reported Monday.

It said that if the legislation is approved, it would substantially expand settlers’ ability to take control of more land in the West Bank and will give them access to considerable state land that surrounds settlements, thus effectively keeping Palestinians off that land.

Haaretz had published a report on Sunday revealing that settlers took over hundreds of dunums of Palestinian-owned land in area B, classified in the Oslo Accords at administered by the Palestinian Authority but remains under Israeli military control, which is a violation of the Oslo agreements.

The newspaper said settlers built roads on private Palestinian land and took over property in area B while the owners were banned from reaching their land under security pretexts.

R.Q./M.S.





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Israel’s Jerusalem municipality plans to build more than 50,000 (updated Dec 3, 2011: 85.000) new homes in the city’s occupied eastern sector over two decades:

  • 23,628 homes have already been approved, 20,263 in East Jerusalem and 3,365 in the west.
  • 13,824 are pending review, 12,819 in East Jerusalem and 1,005 in the west.
  • 23,266 housing units are still in planning stages, 19,281 in the east and 3,985 in the west.



Of these, the municipality plans:

  • 10,366 homes in northern East Jerusalem, including illegal Israeli settlement Pisgat Zeev and Palestinian town Beit Hanina.
  • 5,239 homes in southern East Jerusalem, including Gilo settlement and Palestinian district Beit Safafa.
  • 4,886 new units in central eastern Palestinian neighborhood of Silwan and Jerusalem’s Old City.

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