A new Jewish settlement in the heart of Palestinian Ras al-Amud hurtles rapid-fire toward approval.
Israel is rapidly advancing settlement plans across East Jerusalem; 2023 seems sure to be a record-breaking year.
Israel’s new right-wing governing coalition is accelerating settlement construction in and widely around East Jerusalem, expediting its Judaization.
Israel’s tourist projects ringing Jerusalem’s Old City threaten to diminish the area and transform it into a Disneyfied tourist space serving Jews and their narrative.
Palestinians Nura Ghayth and Mustafa Sub Laban were expelled from their Old City home after decades of court battles and harassment.
The international community has managed to delay the E1 settlement plan once again, but it is only a matter of time until Israel puts it back on the table.
From 1967 to 1993, successive Israeli governments laid the foundations for an expanding settlement enterprise to Judaize Jerusalem and its surroundings.
Israel uses the 1950 Absentees’ Property Law and several amendments to it to confiscate Palestinian property across East Jerusalem and give it to Jewish settlers.