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Lapid Won’t Invest in Settlements, Because They Might be Evacuated


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Over the weekend, Yesh Atid Minsiter Yair Lapid said, he won’t invest in settlements, because he is worried they they may be evacuated in a future arrangement.

Lapid did not say if we will then be cancelling or reducing taxes, in exchange, for those Israeli citizens who live in settlements not receiving their full government benefits.

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