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High Court over-ride law not included in coalition agreements because of common desire between Likud, right-wing religious and hared parties to pass such legislation
The conference is part of the transformation that the Gush Etzion Council has been pushing forwards to over the past year and a half - focusing mainly on protecting state land.
Binyamin Regional Council chairman Yisrael Ganz: ‘This should not be an election issue; everyone deserves to be safe.’
“Khan Ahmar has to be taken down. We have to stand against the world," Bayit Yehudi MK Bezalel Smotrich says.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Readers of the Jerusalem Post have their say.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Because the Israeli government has not extended Israeli law into or annexed Area C, where all of the Jewish communities known as “settlements” are located, COGAT is the legal sovereign – in effect.
By MOSHE DANN
If the current trend in the West Bank continues, Zionism will soon fall to the exclusionary, militant, closed-minded side of nationalism.
By IDO LEVY
The group had requested, but failed to receive a meeting with Mogherini.
Right-wing politicians and settlers hailed the decision as a landmark shift away from court decisions that favored Palestinians, to ones that would strengthen settlement building.
Disagreement among pro-Israel groups take a public turn.
By OREN OPPENHEIM
There are some 28 crossing in the West Bank, out of which 13, like Meitar, are also for those walking on foot.
Since the 1993 Oslo Accords and until the end of the Obama Administration, Israel has largely refrained from creating new settlements.
Right-wing politicians have increasingly pushed to apply Israeli law to the West Bank, in what Left-wing politicians and the international community have warned is a form of “creeping annexation.”
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