Eastern part of Jerusalem, predominantly Arab but experiencing influx of Jewish residents in recent years. Claimed by the Palestinians as a future capital
Activists from the Im Tirzu movement and Jerusalem deputy mayor Aryeh King confronted EU representatives who were touring the site of the planned neighborhood.
The Israeli right is looking to Netanyahu to solidify Israel's hold on areas over pre-67 lines in the last months of Trump's presidency.
Obtaining the forged document begins by travelling to Ramallah or Bethlehem, where individuals can visit medical labs that provide paying coronavirus patients with fake permits.
Of particular concern, however, is the Givat Hamatos project, which Netanyahu promised to advance in February while on the election campaign trail.
About 200 Palestinian-owned businesses will be moved to complexes in Issawiya and Umm Tuba.
During the operation, large stockpiles of weapons, equipment and ammunition were found in Shuafat.
Both the UN and EU claim to have clear positions on Jerusalem, yet in reality they are clear as mud.
Rosie Garthwaite's latest project, a documentary on Israeli activities in east Jerusalem, has been accused of not being impartial.
The ministry clarified that any delays in the project were due to technical issues only and that all diplomatic approvals have been given.
"We have so much to offer, beyond just the Temple Mount," Moshe Lion added.