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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.’
Portions of the Israeli right-wing public have long feared that a large scale settlement evacuation could lead to a civil war.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
According to the report, the European Union, Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, Norway, Holland and Switzerland helped fund the legal campaign to dissolve the district in Netiv Ha’avot.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The government has stated that it intends to authorize the outpost, which is located within the boundaries of the Elazar settlement in Gush Etzion.
The Prime Minister's Office later clarified that the talks had not taken place, but that the issue had been raised between Netanyahu and American officials.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,LAHAV HARKOV,MICHAEL WILNER
Netanyahu's comments came the day after the coalition took a bill off the ministers' agenda that would effectively annex West Bank settlements.
By LAHAV HARKOV
“I think it's very foolish for the Palestinians, and I also think it would be very foolish for the Israelis, if they don’t make a deal. It’s our only opportunity and it will never happen after this."
By HERB KEINON
The High Court of Justice ruled in 2016 that 15 of the homes in the outpost were not built on state land, were illegally constructed and must be destroyed.
By JEREMY SHARON
The legislation would change the current situation in which Israeli laws do not automatically extend to the West Bank.
Talk of Netanyahu’s reticence in supporting the bill has bolstered those to his Right.
“This will prevent further bloodshed and make Itamar the last person to be killed.”
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