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Uri Ariel Sees Massive Settler Growth by 2019

Israeli Agriculture in Bat Ayin in Gush Etzion

Israeli Agriculture in Bat Ayin in Gush Etzion
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Minister of Housing and Construction Uri Ariel expects to see a 50% increase in the number of Jews living in Judea and Samaria by 2019, according to a Reuters report.

Currently there are approximately 400,000 Jewish citizens in Judea and Samaria, and Ariel expects it to rise to around 600,000 by 2019, Insh’allah.

In addition, Ariel estimates that some 300,000-350,000 Jews living in neighborhoods in the eastern half of (united) Jerusalem.

Jerusalem is home to around a million people.

Its not a well-known fact, but the majority of Jerusalem’s residents have been Jewish since the year 1844, and possibly even earlier.

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6 Responses to “Uri Ariel Sees Massive Settler Growth by 2019”

  1. Magapon Urun says:

    Just an opinion, let’s just say, there exist a peaceful Palestinian(s), who is(are) not corrupted by the evil of Hamas and PA, can you integrate them into your settlement. Is there any possibility?

  2. Dawn Yonah says:

    There is no author listed for this article? Whoever wrote it, please answer Doris Montrose's question (below) The deity you reference in your article is a false deity who hates Israel and wants to destroy us. You should RETRACT and apologize to your readers!

  3. I was wondering the same. Don't say those words. They make reference to another god, not the God of Israel!

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