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Both Smotrich and Shaked have shown their ability to mobilize considerable political might in the pursuit of their ideas
Netanyahu told Guterres that the UN should respect the building codes and the law in Israel.
The high court has to either demolish the road paved on illegally obtained land – or risk having to approve thousands of disputed Jewish-owned homes.
Ironically enough, no such EU structures bearing the EU flag can be found in areas A or B, nor anywhere else in Bedouin communities throughout the Middle East.
Ali al-As'am (71), a Bedouin from Tel Sheva, was finally arrested Monday, and police suspect it was his unattended camels who walked into two fatal accidents and caused many other calamities.
Sources inside the kibbutz estimate that the arson was a "price tag" punishment to the nearest Jewish enclave, as Bedouin revenge against law enforcement.
'This is a real castle, which was established with a bottomless disregard for the law, on land that belongs in part to the state.'
The proposed bill determines that administrative petitions against state authorities in Judea and Samaria will be heard in district courts and not in the High Court of Justice, just as such cases are handled within the Green Line.
The new, massive construction in Qalqilya will effectively circle the Jewish community of Tzofim in the Samaria mountains.
The comprehensive document is part of organization's new campaign to end Negev lawlessness, and offer solutions to bring the Bedouin community into the fold of Israeli society.
Regavim argues there's no reason to transfer any part of Area C to the Palestinian Authority when their population numbers are clearly inflated.
The government will set up a ministerial team to formulate government policy on UN activities in Armon Hanatziv.
'The UN has forgotten its stay in Jerusalem is as guest of the State of Israel, using State property.'
Regavim filed a petition stating that Al-Zarnuk was built illegally on private Jewish Land and therefore its residents should be relocated to a legal town.
'Starting now, there will be no more enforcement against long-standing construction.'
This permit was used last Shabbat, when activists from the leftwing NGO Ta'ayush, an anarchist group that provokes violent confrontations in Judea and Samaria, arrived outside a religious moshav in Jordan Valley.
"It's no secret the UN abuses Israel at every opportunity," says Regavim.
Overnight, their home became 'illegal'.
Will the high court rule against Arabs with the same unyielding dedication it showed in the case of a Jewish community? Regavim – and the rest of us, want to find out.