Caucus threatens sovereignty bill over silent West Bank settlement freeze

Yesha Council launches campaign against Netanyahu over building

A-G: Start of trial may not disqualify Netanyahu from remaining PM

Yariv Levin: Doesn't make sense that we destroy settler houses, but not those of terrorists.

Israeli youth demonstrate as they call on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to declare sover
Can Netanyahu trade halting annexation for erasing the ’67 line?

Netanyahu urged patience for the process to play itself out. Then he shored up his speech with some shoe leather politics.

Hamas media, Qatar’s Al-Jazeera call Israel’s Kiryat Gat a 'settlement'

Israeli plane that flew to Abu Dhabi was named for the Israeli city of Kiryat Gat.

Right dismisses Netanyahu’s pledge to annex and not uproot settlements

“What is happening now in Judea and Samaria, is exactly the opposite of sovereignty. It is a lack of sovereignty,” said Gush Etzion Regional Council head Shlomo Na’aman.

Caucus to PM: Expand West Bank settlements beyond Trump plan boundary

The caucus expressed particular concern for the 50% of Area C, which under the Trump plan, is designated for a Palestinian state.

Rami Levy sues UN for defamation after placement on settlement 'blacklist'

While the UN has immunity in general, Shurat HaDin claims that this case is an exception as the UN violated its charter and practiced "pure racism on the basis of nationality and religion."

A fire near the settlement of Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion
Fires break out in Jordan Valley, arson suspected

Right-wing outlet 0404 claimed IDF spotters identified several Palestinians setting fires across the hill.

With West Bank annexation gone, will a settlement freeze follow? –analysis

Does the peace process with the UAE continue as normal, while settlement building occurs?

The Mitzpe Kramim outpost. Picture taken March 25, 2015
Matan Kahana: Did Netanyahu, Gantz abandon settlers to High Court's mercy?

MK Matan Kahana (Yamina) said that the government will have abandoned the settlers to the mercy of the High Court of Justice.

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