Let's Have a Conversation About The Real Illegal Settlements

King, Ruth
July 2012
Outpost;Summer2012, Issue 256, p16
The article offers the author's perspective on the alleged Arab settlements in Judea and Samaria. He notes the video from Regavim, an Israeli organization, which depicts the Arab settlements on the Jewish land and the illegal activity which is unchallenged by a government that aims to demolish the homes of Jews. He says that the video showed that construction has been conducted in five various locations that destroy the nature preserved at the foot of Mount Hermon.


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