The evacuation of the illegal West Bank outpost of Migron is barely a blip in the growth of Jewish settlements. They’re getting bigger than ever, and settlers vow to keep on expanding.
A mosque near Hebron was spray painted with graffiti referring to a West Bank outpost.
The Israeli government is footing the bill, worth hundreds of thousands of shekels, for moving caravans in the now-evacuated West Bank outpost of Migron.
Jewish families began evacuating the West Bank outpost of Migron.
Eight years after Israel promised America to start removing outposts and six years since the activist group Peace Now petitioned the courts to compel the government to evacuate the oldest outposts, it looks set to actually happen.
Residents of the West Bank outpost of Givat Assaf have sent a letter to neighboring residents of the outpost of Migron blaming them of harming the settlement enterprise, saying that their actions will bring about the evacuation of additional West Bank outposts.
Michael Sfard doesn’t look like a powerhouse. But the lawyer based in a shabby Tel Aviv building has succeeded in forcing Israel to act on illegal outposts built on Palestinian land.
Benjamin Netanyahu recently balked at a Supreme Court order to demolish a West Bank outpost. It’s not the only time his government has resisted court orders.
Israel’s High Court rejected a compromise deal that would have delayed the demolition of the illegal West Bank outpost of Migron. A showdown now looms at the end of this month.
Illegal unauthorized settlements like Migron on the West Bank were supposed to be dismantled years ago. So why are they still there, despite Israeli promises?