EU illegal settlement and occupation activity

EU illegal occupation and settlement activity.

Barry Shaw on a Regavim field trip reveals how the EU are conducting illegal occupation and construction in Judea & Samaria (Area C) in breach of the Oslo Accords which remains under sole Israeli security and civil control until a permanent peace agree with the Palestinians.

EU put down structures and the PA are illegally transferring into the area migrant Bedouin tribes and families in order to create “facts on the ground” in defiance of signed agreements.

European Union illegally constructing settlements in Area C of Judea & Samaria (known as the West Bank) and transferring Bedouin population into the area in contravention of the Oslo Accords.

SHORT VIDEOS OF JUDEA AND SAMARIA COMMUNITIES

B”H Short videos showcasing some of the excellent Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria and the wonders of this land. The Jewish Heritage Projectasks that you share them with the Jewish world. Its time for every Jew to get more connected with the land Our Beloved Father  G-d has given us.thejewishheritageproject@gmail.com       ——————————————————————————————————————

Tu B’Av in Shilo

Tu bAv Shlio

Ofra

Ofra

Efrat

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Tu B’Shvat in Kedumim of the Shomron

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Har Eval and the Altar Built by Joshua

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                                   Sussya                                  

Located in the Har Hevron Region

  Karnei Shomron

Karnei Shomron

Maale Levona

Maale Levona

Maale Adumim

Located in the Binyamin Region

Eli

Eli

Emmanuel

Emanuel

Har Bracha

Har Bracha

Bat Ayin Mikvah and Winepress

Bat Ayin Winepress

Givat Harel

Givat Harel

Elon Moreh

Elon Moreh

Rachel’s Tomb

Rachels Tomb

Havat Gilad

Havat Gilad

Yitzhar

Yitzhar

Neve Daniel

Neve Daniel

Kedumim

Kedumim

Hebron With David Wilder

Hebron With David Wilder

Carmel

Carmel

Kfar Tapuach

Kfar Tapuach

El Maton

El Maton

Havat Emek Dotan

Havat Emek Dotan

Maon

Maon

Bat Ayin

Bat Ayin

Tu B’Shvat in Kedumim

Tu Bshvat kedumim

Kochov Yaakov

Kokav Yaakov

Tzufim

Tzufim

Avigail

Avigail

Shavei Shomron

Shavei Shomron

Maale Michmash

Maale Michmash

Psagot

Psagot

Beitar Illit

Beitar Illit

Western Gush Etzion

Western Gush Etzion

Ariel University

Ariel University

Yakir

Yakir

Givat Olam

Givat Olam

Revava

Revava

Maale Efraim

Maale Efraim

Hebron

Hebron

Nofei Nechemia

Nofei Nechemia

Migron

Migron

Amona

Amona3

Na’aleh

Naale

Havat Emek Dotan

http://thejewishheritageproject.com/ B”H Havat Emek Dotan is a Jewish settlement outpost community on a hilltop overlooking the Dotan Valley. This is the Dotan we read in the Torah where Jacobs sons pastured their fathers sheep flocks and also sold Joseph into slavery. It is so beautiful here and few Jews ever see this part of the Shomron in the so called west bank. This is our beloved land!
Video by Ezra Ridgley וידאו על ידי עזרא רדגלי judeaandsamaria@gmail.com
To see the documentary, “The Spring of Judea and Samaria” click here..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1Hri4…

Israeli Government Quietly Implementing Levy Report Recommendations on Legality of Settlements

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The Judea and Samaria community of Shvut Rachel. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

The Levy Report on the legality of West Bank settlement construction, though never officially adopted by the Israeli government, is being informally implemented, a newly released document published by a left-wing organization claims.

According to the Hebrew news site nrg, the contents of the document – released by Yesh Din (“there is law”), an Israeli NGO that provides free legal assistance to Palestinians – was confirmed by right-wing sources in the know. These sources said that the Netanyahu government, through Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has in effect adopted the findings of the “Report on the Legal Status of Building in Judea and Samaria,” prepared by the late Israeli Supreme Court justice, Edmund Levy, and published in July 2012.

What Levy concluded was that Israel’s presence in the West Bank is not an occupation, and that settlement construction does not constitute a violation of international law. The report recommended that the state legalize unauthorized Jewish outposts, and proposed new guidelines for building in Judea and Samaria (the West Bank).

According to nrg, Ya’alon’s office is refusing to comment on the Yesh Din document, authored by Ziv Stahl and attorneys Michael Sfard and Shlomi Zacharia, whose petitions to the High Court led to the evacuation some years ago of the Givat Ha’ulpana and Amona outposts.

Their document, says nrg, highlights changes that have taken place in court rulings, which its authors claim indicate the government has been putting Levy’s recommendations into practice without officially acknowledging doing so. Their assertion is that, unlike in the past, the government has begun siding with the settlers in most petitions against them, and that it has made clear to judges that it would prefer to find a way of authorizing the settlements in question, rather than demolishing them.

One example cited by nrg from the document was the recent petition submitted against Mitzpe Dani, an outpost in the Binyamin region. The petitioners demanded that the demolition orders issued by the Civil Administration (the Israeli governing body in the West Bank) be implemented – on the grounds that the outpost did not have an approved construction plan. But the state declared it was moving ahead with a general plan for government-owned land in the area, and as part of that plan, Mitzpe Dani would become a neighborhood within the communal settlement of Ma’ale Michmash.

International law expert and former Israeli ambassador to Canada Alan Baker, a member of the Levy Commission that produced the report, told nrg that from the outset, “The intention was not that it would be adopted with official fanfare by the government. We only wanted to provide tools to the various ministries handling the relevant fields…On the day the report was released, there were jurists who claimed it was a disaster. Hillary Clinton denounced it before it was even translated into English. The Left thinks that it recommends laundering illegal construction; the Right thinks it calls to annex the territories. This is not true at all. There is no political element here. We worked very seriously to create a professional report.”

Bron: http://www.algemeiner.com

 

US to abstain in PA-sponsored anti-Israel UN resolution

President Barack Obama to use abstention in UN ‘settlement’ vote to pressure Israel to enter new round of peace talks, sources claim.

By Nitsan Keidar

First Publish: 4/11/2016, 9:58 AM

 

Report: Obama to use UN vote to further talks

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US President Barack Obama may manipulate a vote over the Palestinian Authority (PA)’s UN resolution condemning Israeli “settlements” to boost his own legacy, White House sources said Monday.

Obama is allegedly willing to remain silent on the vote in order to further his own agenda in the Middle East, officials said, and instead, promote his own outline for a series of US-led talks.

Such talks, the sources claimed, would include a “two-state solution” and concessions from both Israel and the PA.

Israeli officials have yet to respond to the reports.

The PA resolution intends to clarify the Security Council position on “settlements,” PA Ambassador Riyad Mansour said Friday, and utilizes input from several Arab countries; Egypt is expected to take the lead if the draft resolution is presented for a vote.

Speaking to The Associated Press (AP) on Sunday, PA Foreign Minister Riad Malki said the hope is that Obama, freed of re-election concerns, will break with American protocol and refrain from vetoing the resolution.

“There are indications that President Barack Obama may try to put a basis for a new era regarding the Palestinian-Israeli issue before leaving the White House after his achievements in Iran and Cuba,” Malki told the news agency.

“Thus the U.S. administration may surprise Israel by voting in favor of a Palestinian resolution or at least not to use the veto against it,” he added.

Bron: http://www.israelnationalnews.com