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  • Settlement Report: May 3, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s weekly report on Israeli settlement activity & policy. This week covering: the advancement of another settlement project at the entrance of the Palestinian neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem; NGOs file an appeal to stop the construction of a new settler-backed footbridge near the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan; a new report from Kerem Navot documents the land status of 38 police stations in settlements across the West Bank, revealing 4 stations were built illegally on privately owned Palestinian land; and an update on the High Court supersession law.

  • Settlement Report: April 26, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    Welcome to FMEP’s Weekly Settlement Report, covering everything you need to know about Israeli settlement activity this week. To receive this report via email, please…

  • Settlement Report: April 20, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    Welcome to FMEP’s Weekly Settlement Report, covering everything you need to know about Israeli settlement activity this week. To receive this report via email, please…

  • Settlement Report: March 30, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    Welcome to FMEP’s Weekly Settlement Report, covering everything you need to know about Israeli settlement activity this week. To receive this report via email, please…

  • Settlement Report: March 22, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s weekly report on Israeli settlement activity. This week covering: A new light rail will have a stop in the far-flung Ariel settlement; an employee strike at the Israeli Civil Administration might delay settlement approvals; Israel’s 2019 budget is passed, and Palestinians say it entrenches occupation and discrimination; Likud candidates seeking to replace Netanyahu promise more settlement construction.

  • Settlement Report: March 15, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s weekly report on settlement activity. In this edition: The Israeli Justice Ministry gives responsibility for absentee property cases in East Jerusalem to a radical settler; after seven months, the High Court orders the IDF to evacuate settler-squatters from a disputed property in Hebron; Yesh Din highlights the ongoing violence the Yitzhar settlers inflict on Burin; B’Tselem documents the impact of Beit El on the nearby al-Jalazun refugee camp; the United National High Commissioner for Human Rights submits the 2017 report on Israeli settlement activity.

  • Settlement Report: March 9, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s report on Israeli settlement activity, this week covering: A new settlement in Hebron; a looming Israeli plan to unite and expand settlements near Qalqilya; the High Court is reviewing Israel’s practice of paying-off law breakers who live in outposts; new documents reveal government funds are being used to finance infrastructure in unauthorized outposts; a new Israeli Central Commander is sworn in; a new report by the EU shows a major acceleration in settlement planning over the last half of 2017; notable settlement related news from the 2018 AIPAC national conference.

  • Settlement Report: March 2, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    Welcome to FMEP’s Weekly Settlement Report, covering everything you need to know about Israeli settlement activity this week. To receive this report via email, please…

  • Settlement Report: February 22, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s weekly report on Israeli settlement activity. This week covering: temporary housing installed at site of the new Amichai settlement; Jerusalem planning authorities advance a major expansion of the Gilo settlement in the direction of Bethlehem; Israel begins illegal construction of new checkpoint near al-Walajah meant to deprive the village of access to a natural spring; High Court orders injunction against Shvut Rachel project; IDF removes outpost near Tapuah; Israeli cabinet might vote on a Jordan Valley annexation bill this weekend; and more!

  • Settlement Report: February 15, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s weekly report covering Israeli settlement activity. This week including: Law-Breaking settler Pinchas Wallerstein appointed to lead government team tasked with legalizing outposts; High Planning Council approves new settlement plans including an unusual, temporary plan to house evacuees from the Netiv Ha’avot outpost; Bibi insinuates that the U.S. has been involved in discussions about West Bank annexation plans; three touristic settlement projects in East Jerusalem were advanced; and, Lara Friedman responds to Trump’s ‘word salad’ response to a question about settlements.