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Sympathy for handicapped soldier highlights settlement illegality

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Published: 9 June 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Settlement house of wounded soldier unites Israeli left, right – Shlomi Eldar – Al-Monitor 07.06.16
Israelis across the political spectrum are united in wanting to provide handicapped access at the settlement home of a wounded soldier. The law won't allow it, though, because the Ofra settlement has been ruled illegal, having been built on private Palestinian land. [‘Sfrad’ in this article is a misprint for ‘Sfard’.]
Read report here

And see:

The Ofra Settlement – An Unauthorized Outpost – B’Tselem report 2008

A step closer to annexation in West Bank?
May 3, 2016
Ayelet Shaked revives bid to extend civil law to settlements

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