The Central District Attorney’s Office determined that the father shot his firearm towards Palestinian men in self-defense. One later died.
The Peace Now report found that 78% of the new construction was in settlements that are likely to be evicted in a two-state agreement.
Two people were killed and three injured on Friday in the occupied West Bank in a suspected Palestinian car-ramming attack.
The Israeli armored convoy rolls into the West Bank town of Jericho and comes to a halt outside a building with a Palestinian flag fluttering over it.
Netiv Haavot, which was built on Palestinian-owned land, won’t be demolished until temporary housing for the displaced Jewish families can be found.
The three surviving children of Udi and Ruth Fogel filed suit, seeking $114 million in damages. Their parents and three siblings were killed.
The vast majority of the settler population is struggling economically, counting on heavy state subsidies to get by.
More than a dozen homes on the outpost, located 11 miles south of Jerusalem in the Etzion bloc, had been scheduled to be demolished next week.
The Palestinian Authority called it a “cold-blooded execution,” but the Israeli military said that the man had attempted to attack soldiers.
Academics are concerned that the law will anger the European Union and endanger academic funding to Israeli institutions of higher learning.