1,126 new settler housing starts since freeze

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November 13, 2010 21:14

 
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Settlers have built foundations for 1,126 new homes in the seven weeks since the moratorium on such activity expired, but have yet to reach the same level of Jewish West Bank building that occurred in 2009, according to new data released by Peace Now.

It added that ground-work has been done for another 523 homes, but that the foundations for these units have not yet been laid.

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