Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday publicly challenged Palestinians with Israeli citizenship protesting against a deadly police shooting to go and live under Palestinian rule in the West Bank and Gaza.
“To all those who are demonstrating and shouting their denunciation of Israel and support of a Palestinian state, I can say one simple thing: you are invited to move there – to the Palestinian Authority or to Gaza,” Netanyahu said.
“I can promise you the State of Israel will not put any obstacles in your way,” he told a meeting with Likud legislators. Continue reading Gone Off The Rails: Netanyahu tells Palestinians with Israeli citizenship to leave
JERUSALEM (Ma’an) — Israeli authorities have delivered orders to the village of Beit Iksa north of Jerusalem ordering the confiscation of 12,852 dunums (3,176 acres) of Palestinian land, locals said on Saturday.
Locals told Ma’an that soldiers deployed at the military checkpoint at the entrance to the village delivered confiscation orders signed by the Israeli military commander in the West Bank Nitzan Alon that gave them until Dec. 31, 2017 to remain on their land.
Villagers said that soldiers informed them that an official from the Israeli military liaison would arrive on Monday to specify which lands that would be confiscated, adding that the lands confiscated would be used for “military purposes.” Continue reading Usurping Jewish entity to confiscate 3,200 acres of Palestinian land near Jerusalem
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday sanctioned a meeting on Monday by a government planning and construction committee to approve the construction of 660 new settlement units in occupied East Jerusalem, Israeli media said. Continue reading Israel pushes ahead with settlement expansion in Jerusalem, West Bank