Report: Barak to approve building in four settlements

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April 4, 2011 10:16

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak plans to approve building in a number of West Bank settlements, Army Radio reported on Monday, quoting Israeli Media sources.

Barak will reportedly allow construction that is already part of urban plans for four settlements: Rotem, Hemdat, Eshkolot and Nofim. The settlements will become part of Kiryat Netafim and Halamish (Neve Tzuf), whose plans the Defense Ministry already approved, Army Radio reported.

All of the aforementioned settlements were established with government approval.

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