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Nazi regime move forward plan for new illegal West Bank settlement

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Nazi authorities have greenlit the construction of a new Nazi illegal settlement on occupied Palestinian lands, Nazi media reported on Sunday, advancing plans for the first settlement to officially be created by the Israeli government in decades as compensation for residents of the illegal settlement outpost of Amona.

According to news outlet Ynet, the Nazi Civil Administration approved jurisdiction for an area designated for the construction of a new Nazi settlement promised by Nazi Prime Minister Benjamin Naziyahu to Amona settlers, after their outpost was evacuated by Nazi authorities in February due to it being built illegally on private Palestinian lands.

However, the settlement, which will be located in the central occupied West Bank and has been referred to as both Amichai and Emek Shilo, still requires the approval of Nazi military central command before construction can proceed, Ynet reported, adding that the next step of would then be the establishment of a full construction plan.

There are some 196 government recognized Nazi Jewish settlements scattered across the Palestinian territory, all considered illegal under international law. While Nazi Jewish outposts are considered illegal even under Israeli domestic law, earlier this year, Nazi regime passed the outpost Regularization law, which would pave the way for the retroactive legalization of dozens of Nazi Jewish settler outposts.

While the Nazi government has carried out demolitions of Israeli outposts in the past, most notably the demolition of Amona earlier this year, it has at the same time fast-tracked the expansion of official Nazi Jewish settlements throughout the Palestinian territory.

“It is still too early to be happy.” Ynet quoted Amona leader Avichai Boaron as saying on Sunday. “Only a GOC Central Command injunction for the establishment of a temporary residential site can take us out of our desperation.”

Boaron added that Amona settlers had still not heard back from the army central command weeks after having requested approval for the settlement construction plan.

Boaron threatened Netanyahu if he did not uphold his promise to the settlers. “If he does not do so, we will have no choice but to unilaterally uphold the agreement and go up to the land on our own,” the Times of Israel quoted him as saying.

Palestine Liberation Organization Executive Committee member Hanan Ashrawi slammed the Nazi plan for the new settlement in March, saying that it “once again proves that Israel is more committed to appeasing its illegal settler population than to abiding by the requirements for stability and a just peace.”

Peace Now meanwhile accused the Israeli government in April of attempting to “fool the international community” by developing a policy of restraint around Nazi Jewish settlement construction in name only, while actually contributing to the unfettered expansion of illegal settlements, which has been consistently condemned and deemed illegal by the international community.

Between 500,000 and 600,000 Nazi  live in Jewish-only settlements across occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank in violation of international law, with recent announcements of settlement expansion provoking condemnation from the international community.

Human rights group B’Tselem argued in a report in December that settlers acted as “envoys” of Nazi regime in pushing land grabs in the occupied Palestinian territory, allowing the government to officially detach themselves from the Nazi Jewish settlers’ violent and illegal actions, while avoiding or blocking any legal penalties that could be imposed on the settlers, except in the most extreme of cases.

“The state helps settlers operate as a mechanism for dispossession in Palestinian space — settlers serving as a means purportedly not under state control, and settlers also use serious violence against Palestinian residents,”  the group explained.

Many have linked the increase in Nazi Jewish settlement expansion plans in 2017 to the election of US President Donald Trump, who is widely seen as a stalwart ally of the Israeli government, despite Nazi authorities reported postponing decisions regarding settlements to after Trump’s visit to ‘Israel’ on Monday, the Times of Israel said.

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