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Israel gave land to settler NGO behind Palestinian owners’ backs

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Published: 10 May 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Israel seized Palestinian family's East Jerusalem land behind its back, gave it to settler NGO – Nir Hasson – Haaretz 09.05.16
Documents reveal that the state used bureaucratic machinations to deliver land that didn’t belong to it to a settler NGO. Palestinian family has lodged appeal to Supreme Court after Jerusalem District Court rejected their petition.
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Israeli settler group takes over Muslim Quarter building in Jerusalem – Haaretz 09.05.16
The move reflects the Ateret Cohanim NGO's new push to settle Jews in the Palestinian neighborhood of Al-Sadia, creating more tension in Jerusalem, and distancing yet further the chances of making peace.

Justice Ministry to probe East Jerusalem settler group's donors
– Haaretz 21.04.16
Elad focuses on settling Jews in the Palestinian Silwan neighborhood and running tourist and excavation sites. In March 2016 an Haaretz report revealed that group received 275 million shekels from companies registered in global tax havens.

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