The approval comes weeks after Rabbi Raziel Shevach, a 35-year-old father of six children, was killed in a drive-by shooting at the outpost junction.
Protesters threw tomatoes at an SUV with U.S. consular license plates, kicked one of its doors and ripped the plastic casing off a side mirror.
The teens were arrested and taken to a hospital in Israel for treatment.
According to Palestinian media, Muhammad Ahmed Salim is the 17th Palestinian killed since President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The housing will be built in 20 settlements and outposts in the West Bank.
Rabbi Raziel Shevah was shot Tuesday night by a passing car near Nablus, in the northern West Bank, while he was driving past the Gilad Farm junction.
Musab Firas Tamimi, 17, was allegedly holding a gun while standing among some 30 Palestinians throwing rocks at Israeli troops.
The Shin Bet said that the cell was recruited and financed by an Iranian intelligence operative living in South Africa.
David Friedman, who once worked as President Trump’s bankruptcy lawyer, tried to get diplomats to use “neutral” alternatives instead of “occupation.”
The Israeli government’s attacks on Breaking the Silence reveal the degree to which occupation corrupts Israeli society’s most central institutions.