legality of israeli settlements

palestinian icc

ICC Prosecutor gives Hague Court Israel’s brief

International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda is concerned that Israel may not show for hearing.

U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo listens during a news conference in Reykjavik

West Bank settlements not illegal, Pompeo announces in historic shift

U.S. Ambassador Friedman to ‘Post’: New policy advances the cause of Israeli-Palestinian peace • PM: Policy rights a historical wrong

A Jewish settler walks at the Jewish settlement outpost of Adei Ad B in the West Bank

Does U.S. shift on settlements increase the chances for peace?

There is importance in stating the truth even if it doesn’t have a direct tangible outcome.

A gathering at the College of Management Studies.

College of Management honors retired Supreme Court justice

Former Supreme Court President Asher Gronis participated in the event alongside former justices Yaakov Turkey, Edna Arbel and Salim Joubran.

Construction in the settlement on Modi'in Illit

Settler housing construction drops to six-year low under Trump

The issuance of tenders for settler building under Trump is higher than it has been in at least 15 years.

Netiv Avot outpost, June 12, 2018.

REPORTERS NOTEBOOK: Tears and rain fall in Netiv Ha’avot

I broke down completely – one of the border patrol officers asked if I wanted to sit down. I told him I was fine. “I need to see this, it’s important.”

Beitar Illit settlement

Peace Now: Illegal settler outpost building resumed with 16 new sites

Setters explained that outposts were communities begun with pledges of government support and approval that were never actualized.

Cabinet expected to give nod today to settlement status for Havat Gilad

The international community sees a move such as this one as a serious obstacle to peace.


U.S. to stay in UNHRC as 'black list' publication delayed

Israel's mission in Geneva said on Wednesday that it was preparing a statement responding to the UN report.


Israel deserves better than settlement building in revenge for terror

Israel should not set its settlement policy based on a terrorist attack and the tragic outcome. It should decide what it wants based on what is in the country’s best interest.

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