The Israeli right is looking to Netanyahu to solidify Israel's hold on areas over pre-67 lines in the last months of Trump's presidency.
Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan has called on Netanyahu to immediately open up the bottleneck on settler building plans.
“This is a destructive plan that, if implemented, will fatally block the possibility of creating territorial contiguity between east Jerusalem and Bethlehem,” Peace Now wrote in a letter.
“The terms A, B, and C no longer exist because Israel has violated the Oslo Accords.”
The prime minister “must stop the delusional demands of our great friend [US President Donald Trump]” who, if he is a friend, would understand.
Residents of Area C claim that the Palestinian construction in Area B to create agricultural roads for Palestinian farmers is getting dangerously close to their borders.
On Thursday the Ministry of Housing and Construction published tenders for 956 new settler homes.
The second quarter data in 2018 on housing starts is 66% higher than that of 2017.
MK Bezalel Smotrich submitted a bill on the outposts, which he hopes will come before the Knesset Ministerial Committee this Sunday before it heads on out break on July 18th.