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Israeli settlers plan to spread to northern West Bank

Ramallah, Feb 8 (Prensa Latina) The far-right coalition that governs Israel will present a bill on Sunday to cancel the "Disengagement Plan" dating back to 2005, which would allow again four colonies to be built in the northern West Bank, the Palestinian press alerted.

According to the Safa news agency, the initiative will be discussed by the Ministerial Committee for Legislative Affairs, which will then go to the Knesset (Parliament) for discussion.

The plan has the support of the government bench and right-wing opposition parties, which is why its approval can be taken for granted.

Backed by the then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, the Disengagement Law viewed the dismantling of four settlements in the northern West Bank region and the evacuation of settlements in the Gaza Strip.

The news coincides with a report by the US website Axios, according to which the Israeli head of government, Benjamin Netanyahu, agreed to reduce the construction and expansion of Jewish colonies in the West Bank, as well as the demolition of Palestinian structures, in the face of international pressure.

However,in response, the Religious Zionism far-right party, which is part of the ruling alliance, warned against any pause in that regard. .

“A nationalist government does not freeze the settlement of the Land of Israel, and it certainly does not abandon its land to Palestinian land grabbers,” said the Minister of National Missions Orit Strock, defending the thesis of the settlers and extremist sectors.


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