"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.
Netanyahu has also promised that in September he would give the go-ahead for marketing 300 homes for the Beit El settlement.
The High Court has persistently upheld the state’s position in the past that constructions on private Palestinian property must be removed.
The four West Bank settlements were dismantled during the 2005 Disengagement plan.
“There is no government that does more for the settlement in the land of Israel, then this government under my leadership," says Netanyahu.
Since he was elected to the premiership in 2009 and declared his support for a Palestinian state, Netanyahu has walked a careful diplomatic tightrope.
Netanyahu had promised he would build the homes in exchange for the peaceful evacuation in 2012 of 30 families from the Ulpana outpost on the outskirts of Beit El.
"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.
Liberman: No government has done more for the settlement enterprise.