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“I will not allow the uprooting of any settlement or any settler,” Netanyahu said as he stood under strobe lights on a temporary stage set up on an empty lot in the Revava settlement.
He said that the "family, who has lived there for the past 20 years, built a new home on land that they were led believe was okay. That is now being demolished."
Among those expected to participate in the meeting are Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Maraud and his Palestinian counterpart Riyad al-Maliki.
Netanyahu told politicians on Tuesday, “I have the privilege after scores of years to be the prime minister who builds a new settlement in Judea and Samaria.”
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The Prime Minister’s Office dismissed Dagan’s attack as an outright falsehood.
The American Jewish community is outwardly liberal in surveys, but like others who claim to be left-wing, that liberalism is often only skin deep.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The Prime Minister’s Office had promised the families in December that work would begin on the settlement by last March.
The perpetrators spray-painted hateful graffiti on the walls and set fire to two vehicles.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
“It’s clear that even if the American government would oppose such building, it would not fight against it.”
“Law enforcement authorities must quickly and decisively prosecute those thugs who attacked IDF soldiers and Border Police officers,” Liberman said.
The well known activist now heads an interfaith organization called Haqel–Jews and Arabs in Defense of Human Rights.
Sabah said that he hopes the army will inform him soon, because he wants to finish plowing his crops.
By ADAM RASGON
New campaign by Amona families is part of a number of right-wing initiatives designed to pressure Netanyahu to stand against cautionary warnings on settlement building by the Trump Administration.
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