Got a minute? Here's the week in review.
Regev spoke in support of the outpost when she visited the outskirts of the site to attend a corner laying ceremony.
“After a long battle, we see the light at the end of the tunnel," said activist Avichai Boaron, an Amona evacuee.
“What is more Israeli than Amona?” the contestant countered.
"Expanding settlements in the West Bank will not leave any land left for Palestinians to negotiate for and leave no basis for a viable two-state solution," says senior Fatah official.
Budget problems forced the suspension of work on the hilltop outside the Shiloh settlement in the Binyamin region where the new community is slated to be located.
Palestinians from the nearby village of Jalud who claim ownership to some of the land within the settlement’s boundaries have filed an objection against the plan.
The Schwartz family struggles to rebuild their lives in Yishuv Hada’at after a traumatic evacuation from Amona.
UN envoy Nickolay Mladenov warned that Israel was not abiding by UN resolutions as Netanyahu boasts of the construction of a new settlement for Amona evacuees.
"The entire public expects of the prime minister not to allow any hostile element, whether they be leftist groups, judicial or clerical bodies, stop the construction," say residents of Amona.