Israel moves to legalize West Bank settlement outpost following rabbi's killing

Israel moves to legalize West Bank settlement outpost following rabbi's killing

Israel moves to legalize West Bank settlement outpost following rabbi's killing

Israeli forces on Saturday killed a Palestinian teenager during a raid in the northern occupies West Bank city of Jenin, reportedly as part of the ongoing manhunt for the Palestinian suspected of killing an Israeli settler last month. A Reuters witness said about 200 Palestinians were throwing stones at Israeli military vehicles when a gunshot was heard, adding that a wounded person was then carried to a auto.

Alongside the support for the declaratory move, there are those who wonder whether it is not lacking details on the pace of implementation vis-a-vis the authorities and the details of funding as a result of recognizing the community officially.

Today, between 600,000 and 750,000 Israelis live in illegal settlements.

The army has been since launched multiple violent raids to search for the suspected killer, 22-year-old Ahmed Jarrar.

"We promised and the proposal to normalise Havat Gilad outpost as a regular community will be brought to the cabinet for approval this coming Sunday", Lieberman wrote on Twitter. "And we shall bring them all to justice".

Hours earlier, the IDF released a statement saying soldiers had apprehended an accomplice of Ahmad Nassar Jarrar, the Palestinian suspected of murdering Shevach.

Israel, for its part, differentiates between the settlements it has approved and not. "To those who sanctify death, we will sanctify life", said Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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"Anyone who thinks that through the abominable murder of a resident of Havat Gilad, a father of six, they would break our spirits... is making a bitter mistake", he said. "This is the essence of the government's policy".

In nine years with Netanyahu as the head of government, the cabinet has voted only once to convert unapproved outposts into officially recognized settlements, according to the Jerusalem Post.

Netanyahu told the Cabinet he had spoken with Yael Shevach, the widow of the murdered rabbi.

The proposal says the government plans to establish a legal settlement on privately owned Israeli land or state lands, the Times of Israel reported.

Roberto Valent, an official with the United Nations humanitarian agency OCHA, said he was "deeply concerned" by the demolition.

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