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Posted on 09/12/2010 2:13:01 PM PDT by Nachum
Peace Now: At least 2,000 W. Bank units have foundations laid, ready to be built as freeze expires; 11,000 ready for construction without further gov't approval.
More than 13,000 settlement housing units in the West Bank are ready for construction once the building moratorium ends on September 26th and at least 2,000 are ready for immediate construction, according to a report by Peace Now released on Sunday.
According to the report, 2,066 units in the West Bank have either had construction permits approved or their ground works already laid.
Peace Now said that hundreds of additional units, whose foundations have not yet been built, are also ready for construction.
The group reported that at least another 11,000 housing units have had their building plans approved. According to Israeli law, settlers are allowed to construct the units in the without further approval by the government.
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Sounds like a plan. Lets get ‘er done.
Haaretz, of all papers, had an article about tours of Judea and Samaria that are winning hearts and minds. It was by Chaim Levinson, and I wonder if he is the same man as Charles Levinson, who writes for the Wall Street Journal.
Maskiyot, a small town near the Jordan River, is looking for American friends.
There also is a program in Jerusalem to sift through the dirt the Wakf dug up from the Temple Mount on search of significant artifacts.
Obama pushing apartheid for Israel.
“Is there an opportunity for vistors next month to hammer a nail or two?”
Now if Habitat for Humanity were building homes there, rather than destroying perfectly good neighborhoods in the US, I’d probably donate time and money to them.
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