Monday, June 11, 2012

Again, Israel will build 300 housing units in the West Bank




Prime Minister of the Zionist Regime of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the construction of 300 new housing units in the Beit El settlement in the occupied West Bank.


The order was instructed on Wednesday (6/6) after the Israeli parliament rejected the Bill which legalized settlement posts.
Under international law, all settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem are considered illegal.

A number of residential buildings are considered illegal by Israeli law and Tel Aviv agreed to remove all or part of the six illegal buildings following the Supreme Court's ruling.

Last year, the court ruled that five buildings were home to 30 families in Ulpana, all of which were built on Palestinian land.
Netanyahu ordered the transfer of buildings in Ulpana to the nearest nearby military base in another part of Beit El and where 300 new housing units will be built to appease Zionist settlers.

Although criticism continues to be raised by the international community, the Zionist regime continues to build illegal settlements on Palestinian lands.

Until now, thousands of Zionists have lived in dozens of illegal settlements since the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and east of al-Quds in 1967.

IRIB / The Truth Seeker Media

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