The Israeli legislature has taken another step toward blurring the lines distinguishing the Israeli legal system from the one that exists in the West Bank.
As part of the war that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is waging against the “enemy within” – that is, anyone who thinks differently than he does – the state has adopted the despicable practices of a thought police in its attempt to intimidate and silence opponents of the occupation from Israel and abroad.
The state is planning to expand the isolated settlement of Amichai to nearly three times its current size so that it will include the outpost of Adei Ad, Haaretz has learned.
The families “reject the plan of the State of Israel and wish to continue living in Al Khan al-Ahmar,” their attorney Tawfiq Jabareen said on Tuesday.
BDS and Settlement boycotts
The European Union will immediately stop funding an NGO “operating in Israel which undermines the State of Israel’s right to exist and seeks to defame it around the world,” the Prime Minister’s Office announced Tuesday evening.
US lawmakers began taking action to enact a law that would liquidate the issue of Palestinian refugees by recognising only about 40,000 of them, representing about 1 per cent of the over 5 million refugees.
The source, who spoke to Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity, said Hamas and Israel would observe a two-week trial cease-fire as part of the deal, which was brokered by Egypt and the UN (with input from Turkey and Qatar).