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  • Settlement Report: February 8, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    FMEP’s weekly report on Israeli settlement activity, this week covering: the Israeli Cabinet’s decision to retroactively legalize the Havat Gilad outpost, making it a settlement; the continued, unauthorized expansion of the Halamish settlement; the Israeli Knesset’s “Land of Israel” caucus pushes for the formal annexation of the West Bank; Yesh Din’s report on the site of the evacuated Amona outpost; and, details of Trump’s “ultimate deal” signal a windfall for Israel.

  • Settlement Report: February 1, 2018

    Settlement Reports

    This week FMEP’s settlement report covers: The impending legalization of the Havat Gilad outpost; the Knesset’s advancement of a bill to extend Israeli sovereignty over settlement universities and schools; a leaked European Union report slams Israel’s use of tourism sites to cement settlements in East Jerusalem; Wadi Foquin is being flooded because of surrounding Israeli development projects; Yesh Din examines how the Civil Administration is a tool for oppression and domination over Palestinians.

  • Settlement Report: January 26, 218

    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: January 19, 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: January 12, 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: January 4, 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: December 14, 2017

    Settlement Reports

    A weekly report on Israeli settlement activity by the Foundation for Middle East Peace. This week covering: Following Trump’s Jerusalem proclamation, Israel hints new plans for the East Jerusalem settlements of Atarot and Pisgat Ze’ev; a special committee fast tracks approval of a Jerusalem cable car project; the Knesset expedited funds earmarked in 2018 to immediately purchase armored buses for settlers; the 100+ settlers illegally squatting in a Hebron home have given conditions for their self-evacuation; a bill to annex schools inside of settlements gets government backing; a Knesset committee strips a non profit operating in an outpost of its tax benefits.

  • Settlement Report: December 8, 2017

    Settlement Reports

    A weekly report on Israeli settlement activity by the Foundation for Middle East Peace. This week covering: Israel’s High Court orders the state to defend the Regulation Law a second time; Yesh Din petitions to rehear the Amona outpost case given recently revealed implications of the ruling; the Ofra settlement moves to retroactively legalize a sewage treatment plant; B’Tselem released a new report documenting Israel’s waste and sewage policies that harm Palestinians; the United Nations prepares to release a database of companies conducting business with Israeli settlements; an official says the U.S. announcement on Jerusalem has nothing to do with East Jerusalem settlements; Jared Kushner’s ties to pro-settlement activity continue to deepen.

  • Settlement Report: November 22, 2017

    Settlement Reports

    A weekly report on Israeli settlement activity by the Foundation for Middle East Peace. This week covering: two legal opinions issued by Israeli Attorney General defending the retroactive legalization of outposts via the expropriation of privately owned Palestinian land; Israel fast-tracks a Jerusalem cable car line despite growing opposition and serious consequences for Palestinians in Silwan; another bedouin community in the E-1 settlement area faces eviction; and, settlers fight for their “right of return” to inaccessible settlements.