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How Many Times Can Israel Build the Same Homes for Settlers?

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The Defense Ministry announced Monday it already has approved the planning stage for new homes already announced for construction in Judea and Samaria.

The reporting by run-of-the-mill media of every announcement and step in the bureaucratic procedure for new homes in Judea and Samaria gives the impression that Israelis building double or triple the actual amount.

It also gives Peace Now another opportunity to condemn the construction, as it did Monday by stating, “This is yet another move that threatens to derail the peace process.” That is more or less the same thing it said a couple of weeks ago when the government said it will build the homes.

It takes anywhere from three to seven years for a house to completed in Israel following an initial policy announcement, which is followed by a series of steps that require approval by public servants, who otherwise would be unemployed.

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2 Responses to “How Many Times Can Israel Build the Same Homes for Settlers?”

  1. Ron Kall says:

    Or, they could just let arabs build the homes illegally overnight!!!

  2. Yechiel Baum says:

    when Israel stops taking orders from the Arabs in the USA State Department and does as Ben Gurion decreed by establishing a Jewish national home in the Jewish State of Israel. If he was alive today, he would have deported the committees that control that issue in the government.

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